West Whiteland Police Seek Surveillance in Vehicle Theft Investigation

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WEST CHESTER, PA — The West Whiteland Police Department is seeking public assistance following reports of alleged juvenile thefts in the Indian King Development early this morning. Officers responded at approximately 4:00 a.m. to reports of juveniles opening unlocked vehicle doors and stealing items.

Authorities are asking residents with video surveillance systems to check their footage for any suspicious activity. Those who find relevant video are encouraged to upload it in the tips section on the police department’s website. Tips can be submitted anonymously.

Residents who believe they have been victims of theft should call 911 to report the incident. Police are urging the community to stay vigilant by locking vehicles, hiding personal belongings, and reporting any suspicious activity immediately.

The investigation is ongoing, and details may change as new information emerges. All individuals involved are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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