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Taro Landis, Chief of Police
On Wednesday June 19, 2019 at approximately 1649 hrs, the Carlisle Police were alerted of a bank robbery that had just occurred at the PNC Bank located at 105 Noble Blvd., Carlisle. The suspect reportedly showed the grip of a handgun that was tucked into his waistband while demanding money from the teller.
The suspect was last seen fleeing on foot eastbound on Noble Blvd. towards S. Hanover St. Nobody was injured during the robbery.
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The Carlisle Police are investigating an incident of Identity Theft, where the personal information of the victim was used to open several accounts to obtain cell phones and credit cards. It is unknown how the victim’s information was obtained and it is believed the accounts were opened through the...
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On 10/5/2014 officers responded to the victim’s home address for a report of an active burglary. The victim’s rear glass sliding door had been broken by a brick. The victim’s home had been ransacked and was missing $2,411.50 in wrapped coins, 40 silver coins and several silver certificates.