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Mark T. Green, Chief of Police
Copper Pipe Thief
At a job site on Grandview Avenue, Camp Hill, East Pennsboro Township, this unidentified woman came onto the property and removed copper pipe using a garbage bag to conceal it over the weekend. Can you help us identify her? If so, please contact the East Pennsboro Township Police at (717) 732-3633.
EPPD has joined Neighbors by Ring
We're excited to announce that the East Pennsboro Township Police Department has joined the Neighbors app by Ring! Neighbors is a free app where community members can stay up to date on local crime and safety situations by signing up for real-time alerts and sharing anonymous tips directly from their smartphone.
On July 8, 2019, at approximately 10:12 pm, the East Pennsboro Township Police were dispatched to an active robbery at the Exxon gas station on Enola Road. The suspect is described as a young white male, approximately 6'1", dressed in all black clothing and a black bandanna covering much of his face. He was described as very thin by the witnesses present.
East Pennsboro Township Police Department is looking for assistance in identifying the owner of a tan and white Pit Bull that was running at large on Sunday, April 1, 2018 in the area of Erford Road and Ridley Park. The dog did attack another dog while it was being walked on a leash. The Pit Bull...
East Pennsboro Twp. Police are investigating numerous vehicle break-ins and a theft of a vehicle that occurred in the early morning hours on 04/12/18 in the Erford Road area of the township. The stolen vehicle was a 2017 Jeep Cherokee bearing PA registration: JHT-2507, tan in color. The attached B/...
Learn about your rights and responsibilities when carrying a concealed weapon. Wednesday, February 21 from 6 - 7:30 p.m. at the New Kingstown Fire Hall, Silver Spring Township, 277 N. Locust Point Road, New Kingstown. Pre-registration required!
Various police agencies in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania have joined together to test for the position of police officer. This test allows applicants to take one written and one physical test and be considered for multiple police agencies. Click here to apply