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June 24, 2015


            East Whiteland Township Police along with other police departments across the county have been experiencing day time residential burglaries. The burglaries are typically committed between 7am and noon, after the actor believes people have left for work.

            The actor is described as an African American Male, 6’00” to 6’02”, with a “construction worker’s build”, short buzzed hair or possibly bald in his late 30s to early 40s. He typically has worn dark clothing, long pants and long shirt, work gloves and tan boots.

            He is operating a black SUV with heavily tinted windows. During most incidents, the actor will park in the victim’s driveway. He then attempts to determine if the homeowner is home by knocking on the front door. After receiving no answer, the actor will then force entry into the residence. In multiple instances, the actor has forced entry into a residence that he believed was unoccupied which has resulted in confrontations with the homeowner.

            Based on the method in which the actor first knocks on the front door of a residence before forcing entry, police believe there are county residents who may have had contact with the suspect. The suspect may have fabricated a story as to why he was knocking at the door if a homeowner answers. Police are asking anyone who has had contact with the suspect or seen the suspect, to contact East Whiteland Detectives at 610-647-2100 or email

            East Whiteland Police also want to remind County residents to be vigilant and careful if a stranger is knocking at their door. If they appear suspicious, call police. If a vehicle is involved, please attempt to obtain a license plate without putting themselves at risk.

 Police Information


East Whiteland Township Police Department
209 Conestoga Rd                                                             
Frazer, PA 19355
Business Number: (610)-647-2100
FAX Number: (610)-251-0901
Emergency Number: 9-1-1
Office Hours 8:30 to 4:30
Monday thru Friday

 General Information

The East Whiteland Township Police Department is committed to providing protection and services within the Township on a 24 hour-a-day basis with strong emphasis on community awareness. The quality of police service often is judged by the response of the police. The department depends on working with the community in a method that provides effective and efficient policing.

The East Whiteland Police Department works with local schools to assist students in recognizing and resisting pressures that influence them to experiment with drugs and/or alcohol. The program is entitled  DRUG ABUSE RESISTANCE EDUCATION



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 Department Information

Eugene Dooley
Chief of Police
610-897-4217 | Email
Chris Yeager
610-897-4214 | Email
Mark Ercole
610-897-4222 | Email

 PA Seatbelt Law changes

Legislation signed by Governor Corbett in December of 2011 have changed the provisions of Pennsylvania's Seat Belt Law.  One of those changes is specified below 

"Drivers and occupants in a vehicle who are under the age of 18 must wear a properly adjusted and fastened seat belt, and children under the age of eight must be securely fastened in a child restraint system. Failure to comply with the new law’s seat belt provisions is a primary offense, meaning that a driver can be pulled over and cited solely for that violation."  Additional Information can be found in this HANDOUT or on PennDOT's website

Municipal Building
209 Conestoga Rd
Frazer, PA 19355

P: 610.648.0600
F: 610.648.0388

Office Hours:
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Monday - Friday



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