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On this date a male Dachshund dog was found in the area of the 100 block of South Prince Street in Shippensburg. The dog has a blue collar. Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police Department.
Shippensburg EMS was called for a fall victim on West King St. in front of the Post Office. Police responded as well. They found Joshua NICHOLSON lying on the ground complaining of pain to his ankle. It was determined that NICHOLSON had been drinking which may have contributed to him falling. His...

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Shortly before 1 am, Shippensburg Police were called to the 200 block of Ridge Ave. for a noise complaint. Despite having been warned and cited for noise before, renter Amber GORDON was warned to keep the noise down given it was New Year's. Police would be called back an hour later again for noise...
SP-2019-0011 Property has been recovered belonging to a Savanna HOSLER and turned into the Shippensburg Police Department. HOSLER can contact the police department retrieve her items by describing it.
On this date cash was turned into the Shippensburg Police Department. It was found near the intersection of East King Street and South Washington Street on December 26, 2018. The owner can claim their money after they describe the exact amount and location where it was found. Anyone with...
On this date a video surfaced of four females throwing eggs at a vehicle in the 400 block of Scott Drive in Shippensburg on July 22, 2018. The owner of the truck recognized two of the actors. The other actors were determined through investigation. One of the actors is an adult at the time of the...

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On Friday, December 14, 2018, at 9:12 PM, the Shippensburg Police Department was called to the first block of South Penn Street for an hit-and-run that just occurred. Information was that a dark colored Nissan struck a parked vehicle at that location and left the scene. With the help of several...

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On this date a silver Alcatel Pop cell phone was found in the Shippensburg Memorial Park. The phone has a silver back and a black cracked screen. The owner can claim their cell phone at the Shippensburg Police Department.
On this date it was reported that suspect(s) knocked the mirror off a car parked in the first block of North Queen Street in Shippensburg. Anyone with information is asked to contact Shippensburg Police.

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On this date a black cell phone and attached wallet was found on Piper Road and turned into the Shippensburg Police Department. The owner, Cindy Emondi, can claim her property at the Shippensburg Police station. Anyone that has information how to contact or knows Emondi's location should have her...

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