Shippensburg Police received a found key that was located in a driveway on the 400 block of North Morris Street (Orrstown Road). The key is a Ford key, a house type key with a monkey / gorilla key chain. The owner may claim the key at the police station or call 717-532-7361.
Shippensburg Police received a found cell phone this date. The phone was located at the intersection of North Penn and East Burd Streets. The phone is an Apple iPhone S, silver in color with an Otterbox Defender case, black in color. The phone is damaged. The owner may claim the phone at the police station, 60 West Burd Street or call 717-532-7361.
On Tuesday, July 7th 2020 at 01:10 AM, the Shippensburg Police Department received a report of an assault which had recently occurred at Sheetz, 359 East King
Shippensburg Police received a found dog that was found running loose on the 100 block of North Apple Avenue. The dog is a male Pitbull, mostly black with some white and was wearing a fluorescent green collar with no tags. The dog was taken to the Cumberland Valley Animal Shelter. If anyone knows who the owner is, please contact them and or police at 717-532-7361 to arrange re
Shippensburg Police Department received a found bicycle located at 121 Lurgan Avenue this date. The bike is a Next brand Ascent model mountain bike, white in color, 21 speed. The owner may claim the bike at the police station or call 717-532-7361.
On Saturday, February 8th, 2020 at approximately 01:50 am, a male suspect punched an individual in the back of the head while walking out of Arooga's Grille House & Sports Bar, located at 105 West King Street in Shippensburg Borough. The strike delivered by the suspect caused a laceration to the back of the victim's head and knocked the victim to the ground.
On Thursday, December 26, 2019 at approximately 1:15 p.m. a black male was dropped off by a taxi cab driver in the area of McDonald's, 300 block of E. King Street. The male exited the taxi and did not say anything, nor did he pay for the cab fare. The subject never returned to pay the fare. The subject is described as a black male with facial hair. He was last seen walking south across E.
On Saturday, November 2nd, 2019, the Shippensburg Police Department received a complaint from a local business, the Raspberry Jam. The business reported their large wooden sign was found laying on the sidewalk upon opening the store for business. Officers investigated and determined an individual intentionally pulled the sign out of the ground.
Vehicle has been found. Wade BESECKER has been charged with Accidents involving damage to unattended property, reckless driving and expired inspection.
On November 7, 2019 at approximately 23:45 HRS, an officer observed a broken planter in front of Henry's Pharmacy, 54 E. King St. Surveillance showed the large ceramic planter valued at $200 was kicked over an hour earlier. The suspect also kicked over a small planter near 68 E. King St.
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