Police Seek Assistance in Identifying Suspect

Police say this woman was involved in several pizza and pretzel shop burglaries in Lower Bucks County.

are asking the public for help in identifying the woman and vehicle in these photos.

According to police, this woman has "committed numerous burglaries of pizza and pretzel shops in the Lower Bucks County area." These photos, which were supplied by the Lower Southampton Police, were from an attempted burglary in the morning hours of Friday, July 29, 2011.

A total of four pizza shops were hit the morning of July 29 in the 5 a.m. to 6 a.m. hour, police said.

Anyone that has information about this woman or the vehicle are asked to contact Detective Eric Landamia at 215-357-1235 ext. 339 orelandamia@lstwp.org.

According to a police report, officers were dispatched to on the 1300 block of Bridgetown Pike in Feasterville at about 5:47 a.m. July 29 on a report of a general alarm. Upon arrival, Officer Douglas Heiduk determined it to be a burglary. The front glass door of the shop was smashed in with a hammer.

At 6:04 a.m., a Northampton officer, who was returning to his jurisdiction after assisting Lower Southampton Police with another incident, was waived down by a bread delivery man at on the 1700 block of Bridgetown Pike. The delivery man advised police that while he was making his delivery he found the front window of the shop broken, according to a police report.

At 8:46 a.m., Officer Mark Cieslinski responded to on the 1000 block of Brownsville Road, Trevose, on a report of an attempted burglary. An employee told Cieslinski that when he arrived at the building, he noticed a large grey flower pot was removed and laying in front of the glass door. According to the police report, it appeared that someone attempted to throw the the pot through the front door.

Surveillance footage from Angela's showed a white female with brown or black hair, approximately 20 to 25 years old, thin build, wearing a green tank top, black knee length spandex pants and sandals attempting to break the shop's glass front door before running North.


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