West Whiteland Police Seek Man in Connection with Felony Shoplifting Case

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EXTON, PA — Authorities in West Whiteland Township are actively searching for Christopher Alberto DeLaRosa, 23, who is wanted on allegations of felony retail theft. The West Whiteland Police Department issued a criminal warrant for his arrest on April 10, 2024, following an incident classified as shoplifting.

DeLaRosa, described as a white male with black hair and brown eyes, stands 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs approximately 160 pounds. The allegations against him were formalized under Docket No.: CR-82-2024, with the case being assigned Reference ID#: WW-24-04034 by the District Court 15-4-3.

The specifics of the shoplifting incident, including the location within Exton, PA, and the value of the goods allegedly stolen, have not been disclosed by the police. However, the classification of the charges as a felony indicates the seriousness of the accusations.

The West Whiteland Township Police Department is urging anyone with information about DeLaRosa’s whereabouts to come forward. Community members can contact the police directly at 610-363-0200 or submit tips online.

It is vital to emphasize that the issuance of an arrest warrant and the filing of charges are preliminary steps in the legal process. Christopher Alberto DeLaRosa, like any individual accused of a crime, is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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