Whitehall Borough Police Briefs (Sept. 13-19)
Counterfeit money at Route 51 Sunoco, broken van window on Girard Road and more broken glass at Bevan Apartments building.
Counterfeit Cash at Route 51 Sunoco
On Saturday, Sept. 17, at approximately 4 a.m., the Whitehall Police Department received a call from the security center of Sunoco, Inc. The center reported that a clerk at the Sunoco/APlus gas station and convenience store on Route 51 had recently received a counterfeit $20 bill.
Broken Van Window on Girard Road
On Sept. 17 at approximately 9:30 a.m., Whitehall police officers responded to the 1000 block of Girard Road for a report from a resident there who said that the rear window of that resident's van was smashed out.
Officers searched the immediate area but were unable to find any item likely used in breaking the window.
The incident is under investigation. If you have any information relating to the broken window, please call 412-884-1100.
Broken Window at Bevan Apartments Building
On Monday, Sept. 19, at approximately 6:05 p.m., Whitehall officers responded to a call from a resident in a Bevan Apartments building in the 1500 block of Bevan Road.
The resident told police that somebody recently broke a glass window near the entranceway to that building.
Police received a license plate number from someone who saw a suspicious vehicle leave the scene after that window broke.
The incident is under investigation.