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On 8/21/17 it was reported to police that individual(s) unknown broke into an apartment above Arooga's, 105 W. King St. Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police at 717-532-7361 or www.shippd.org

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On this date unknown person(s) dropped off a dark purple, girls, 18 speed mountain bike. It is not known where it came from. Anyone with information or is missing this bike should contact Shippensburg Police.
On Sunday August 13, 2017 at 0554hrs, an off duty Shippensburg Police officer who just finished his shift was on his way home when he stopped at Sheetz in Shippensburg. He locked his car but left the windows down slightly. After finishing his business in Sheetz, he returned to his car to find an...

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Between 5/20/2017 and 6/15/2017 while the home owners were away unknown individuals broke into their home and removed 9 pieces of jewelry . There were several rings and necklaces of different types and carats. Anyone with information is requested to contact Shippensburg Police Department at 717 532...

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Two individuals were observed after breaking into an apartment above the Shippensburg ARROOGA's Restaurant while the occupant was incarcerated overnight. A small apartment size refrigerator, fan and food were taken. It is believed at least one of the individuals live within in the building. The...

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On the above date at approximately 2145 hours, it was reported that Sipes had taken a relative's vehicle without their knowledge or permission. He was believed that he had planned to drive to the Harrisburg area to purchase narcotics with the stolen vehicle. Officers from the Harrisburg Capitol...
On the above date at approximately 0159 hours, police attempted to pull over Ashman for riding a motorcycle at a high rate of speed. He then accelerated faster, in an attempt to flee police. Police were able to follow him to his residence where he was taken into custody. It was found that he was...
On the above date at approximately 0251 hours, police witnessed Brake turn onto a one-way roadway in the wrong direction. After stopping him, police detected the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from him and noticed that his eyes were bloodshot and glassy. It was discovered that he...
On the above date at approximately 0238 hours, police stopped Chambers for driving with a suspended vehicle registration. After making contact with him, police detected the strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from him, noticed that his eyes were bloodshot and glassy, and that his speech...
Shippensburg Police officer initiated a traffic stop for a vehicle driving East on King Street for not failing to turn on their headlights. Passengers including driver who was identified as Casie Hostetter, were all under age and under the influence of alcohol.

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Shippensburg Police received a report from a rental property owner indicating an unknown person deposited a television outside their property. Its not clear when the TV was left outside at the victims address but neighbors reported it had been there for at least one week. The TV was an older...

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Shippensburg Police received a report that four seat cushions were stolen from the victims front porch. The cushions were stolen sometime between 8:30 Monday evening and 10:45 Tuesday morning. The seat cushions have a faded yellow floral pattern.

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Shippensburg Police received a set of found keys located on the 1st block of East King Street near M & T Bank. The keys include buildings, padlock, and vehicle keys on a ring.
A retail theft was occurring at the WEISS Market Place. Upon my arrival I was shown a white male sitting on a picnic table eating a slice of pizza. I approached the subject and asked him his name. He said his name was GOD and the police was the DEVIL. A store employee said he observed the subject...

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A retail theft was occurring at the WEISS Market Place. Upon my arrival I was shown a white male sitting on a picnic table eating a slice of pizza. I approached the subject and asked him his name. He said his name was GOD and the police was the DEVIL. A store employee said he observed the subject...

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