Case 13-047726
Tuesday, November 26, 2013

At 1:30 PM on November 14, 2013, a senior citizen who lives on Mill Road in the Meadowbrook section of Abington Township walked out his driveway to get his mail. He was approached by a male (suspect #1) who identified himself as a “water company employee”. Suspect #1 told the victim that another house in the neighborhood had experienced flooding in their basement and he would have to go into the victim’s home to check his water pressure to make sure there wasn’t a problem. The victim then escorted suspect #1 into his house and showed him where the bathrooms were. Suspect #1 went into each bathroom and flushed the toilets and turned faucets on in other fixtures. The victim stated that at one point while he was in the master bathroom with suspect #1, a second male (suspect #2) approached them. The victim does not know how or when this male entered the house. Suspect #2 told Suspect # 1 that “everything looked good,” but instructed him to keep checking the water pressure. Both males left the house shortly after this conversation. After they left, the victim realized that approximately $10,000.00 worth of jewelry had been removed from various locations within the master bedroom.

Suspect # 1 is described as a white male, 50-55 years old with an olive complexion. He is 5’7” with a medium build and was wearing a blue hard hat, tan pants, and a tan coat.

Suspect # 2 is described as a white male, 45 years old with an olive complexion. He is 5’8” with a medium build and was wearing blue pants and an unknown color hooded sweatshirt. He also had thinning hair that was combed back.

suspect1 suspect2
Suspect #1 Suspect #2
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