Suspect Broke Into Philadelphia Family’s Home While They Slept in Bed, Used Their Stolen Credit Cards

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PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Philadelphia Police Department is asking the public to help identify a home invader who broke into a Paoli Street home on August 9th.

Police said at approximately 1:00 AM at 2XX Paoli St an unknown offender burglarized the residence while the complainant and his family were sleeping.

“When the complainant noticed the burglary, he reported several items to include his credit cards taken from the property,” the department said. “The complainant reported his credit card was used at Roxy Gas Station. Video Surveillance recovered from 7728 Ridge Ave (Roxy Gas Station) shows a black male offender entering the store at 1:58 AM.”

This male then uses the complainant’s credit card to buy items from the store. The offender was driving what appears to be a black or dark-colored Chrysler 300. The offender was last seen driving southbound on Ridge Ave.

If you have any information about this crime or this suspect, please contact:
Northwest Detective Division:
215-686-3353/3354
DC 22-05-010856

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