Suspect Sought for Pilfering Charity Collection Bin at Landhope Farms

Suspect Sought for Pilfering Charity Collection Bin at Landhope FarmsImages: Kennett Square Police Department

KENNETT SQUARE, PA — On September 1, 2020, it was reported to the Kennett Square Police Department that an unknown person stole the Charity Collection Bin from the countertop of the Landhope Farms Convenience Store located at 536 South Union Street, Kennett Square.

Authorities state the male was driving the above pictured maroon 2005-2011 Honda Odyssey minivan with an unknown, possibly Pennsylvania registration plate. The vehicle was observed coming from and later returning towards the Stenning Hills area via West South Street.

The driver and suspect in the theft is a black male wearing a black shirt and black pants, police say. There is an unknown emblem or sticker on his shirt. The passenger in the vehicle was observed to be a white, unknown Hispanic or Non-Hispanic, male with dark hair wearing a black shirt.

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Kennett Square Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the actors in the above photos.

Any information can be submitted online here or by contacting Det. Cpl. Christopher Gravina via phone at 610-444-0501 or email [email protected].

The charity collection program is a Landhope Farm initiative. Each month, the money collected from their stores benefits a different charity. August’s charity was a local group that benefits families experiencing homelessness.

All suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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