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The North Middleton Township Police received early morning reports on Jan. 22nd, 2021 of  3  suspicious males walking in several locations of the Township trying to open car doors.

The Cumberland County 911 emergency communication services have been restored.  As of 4:45pm all of the county 911 lines have been restored. Please resume calling 911 for emergencies. 

A short time ago all agencies in Cumberland County, PA were notified by the Department of Public Safety that 911 and 10 digit Non-Emergency phone services were restored.

If you have an EMERGENCY you can now use 911.

We were just advised that all 911 phone lines are down. If you need to contact the police or report an emergency please call the police station at 717-243-7910. It is not know how long the system will be down.   

SP-2020-6190   12/30/2020  1115 hours

The Shippensburg Police Department (SPD) is trying to locate a dog owner for a tan lab that has a blue and black checked handkerchief/bandanna around the dog.  The dog is currently in the area of  South Prince Street.

The SPD is asking the owner to call the police department ASAP so we can get them reunited.

Do to the unprecedented heavy snowfall that is expected Wednesday into Thursday, the Maintenance Department along with the Police Department are asking for our resident’s cooperation in the following:

Please do not park vehicles in posted “No Parking” areas due to the removal of snow. These streets mainly consist of Cul-de-Sacs and narrower streets. The police department will be monitoring these areas for compliance.

***Please do not shovel snow from sidewalks or driveways onto the streets. Thus it causes an unsafe or more hazardous roadway condition***

MIDDLESEX TOWNSHIP HAS DECLARED A SNOW EMERGENCY WHICH GOES INTO EFFECT AT 1000 HRS ON DECEMBER 16, 2020 AND EXPIRES AT 0800 HRS ON DECEMBER 18, 2020. RESIDENTS ARE REMINDED TO REMOVE ALL VEHICLES FROM TOWNSHIP ROADWAYS AND CUL-DE-SACS PRIOR TO THE SNOW EMERGENCY GOING INTO EFFECT.

Residents and Community Members,

As the impending snow storm approaches the area, the Camp Hill Police Department, along with the Camp Hill Public Works Department, requests residents limit any unnecessary travel during the storm.  The Public Works Department also asks that residents park vehicles off the road, if at all possible, especially on North 20th Street, South 27th Street and Market Street.  This makes the job of plowing these roads easier for the public works employees. 

On November 09, 2020, a wallet was turned into the Shippensburg Police Department. The wallet belongs to Joshua WOLFE of Shippensburg. Wallet can be claimed at the Shippensburg Police Department. 

A glucometer was turned into the Shippensburg Police Department. Please contact SPD to claim. 

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