UPPER PROVIDENCE PA – The identity of a man who is being called “a person of interest” in the alleged theft of a wallet, and later potential fraudulent use of its contents, is being sought by Upper Providence Township Police.
The department, on its Facebook page Monday (Nov. 20, 2017), said it hoped the public could help in identifying the individual (at top) whose photograph it obtained. He is being sought in connection to a reported incident of wallet theft that occurred Sunday (Nov. 19) at the Panera Bread restaurant in Providence Town Center, Route 29, Collegeville.
After the theft occurred, police added, the victim “received fraud alerts from purchases made at the Best Buy store,” also located in the center.
Anyone with information about the incident, or who can identify the pictured male, is asked to call Ofc. Steven Dise at 610-933-7899 or send an e-mail to email@example.com. Refer to Incident Report Number 68-17-09335.
Photo from Upper Providence police via Facebook