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Crime Alert Berks County to "Race Against Crime"
Crime Alert Berks County, the No. 1 crime stoppers organization in Pennsylvania, is encouraging law enforcement officers to speed. No, Crime Alert, whose mission is to solve crime through anonymous tips and make Berks a safer county, is not encouraging officers to break the law. It's encouraging them to have fun - and, in the process, raise money for their favorite charity.

On Thursday, Aug. 13, Crime Alert will sponsor its first "Race Against Crime," from 6 to 8 p.m., at Slick Willy's Karts & Eats, 1109 Bern Road, Wyomissing. Chris Nein, Crime Alert vice president and "race director," the idea for the event was family-inspired.

"My kids go there and I think it is a beautiful facility," Nein said. "And I thought it would a neat thing to do - to have police officers do the racing and have it be a Crime Alert event." Participants in the race - or, more accurately, races - are limited to the ranks of law enforcement. To date, registrants include members of the Berks County Sheriff's Office, the Pennsylvania State Police, and the Wyomissing, West Reading, Amity, Shillington, Northern Berks Regional, Shillington, Bern, Spring, Fleetwood, and Exeter police departments, and Berks County detectives. Most are active officers; some retired. They will compete in seven heats. The winner of each heat will progress to the eighth championship heat. The champion will earn the right to direct $1,000 in winnings to his or her charity of choice and will also receive a trophy. A total of 56 slots are open; more than 30 have been filled to date.

"I believe this event will create more community fellowship with police and more awareness for Crime Alert," said Nein. Registration is open through the day of the event, said Nein. For registration forms, call Nein at 610-376-1755 or e-mail him at cnein@pdt.net. Tickets for the Race Against Crime are free, but donations are encouraged to help Crime Alert defray some costs. Tickets are available by calling Nein at 610-376-1755 or e-mailing him at cnein@pdt.net. There will be food, cash bar, and entertainment provided by Stand Tall Baby Doll, a popular headliner band with a regional following that has performed the Atlantic City casino circuit.
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Crime of the Week 7/27/2015
 
Offense: Residential Burglary
Suspect: Two white “hippy looking” males
Date/Time: Thursday, June 11th, 2015
Location: 300 block of Hard Hill Road, within Richmond Township
Synopsis:
The Fleetwood Borough Police Department is investigating a residential burglary incident that took place on Thursday, June 11th, 2015. This residential burglary occurred in the 300 block of Hard Hill Road, within Richmond Township. 
 
The resident returned home from work at approximately 1700 hours and found that a rear door to his attached garaged had been forced open sometime during the hours the home owner was at work. The actor(s) gained entry to the residence through the garage and removed prescription medication from the bathroom cabinet. The actor(s) also stole 3 jewelry boxes of numerous miscellaneous items of jewelry from the master bedroom, a Night Force Scope and a pair of Swarovski binoculars. The binoculars have a built in rangefinder.
 
Hearing of the burglary a passerby later reported to the Fleetwood Police, that two white “hippy looking” males wearing backpacks were seen walking northbound towards Virginville on Hard Hill Road at approximately 1:00 pm the day of the burglary (Hard Hill Road is also known at State Route 143).  
Anyone with information pertaining to this residential burglary incident or the identity of the suspect or suspects is requested to call Crime Alert Berks Tip Line at 1-877-373-9913 or contact the Fleetwood Borough Police Department,  Chief Stinsky or Officer Joel Gallo Ph/ 610-944-701YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! You could be eligible to receive a reward of up to $5,000.00!

Phone a tip to: (877) 373-9913

Call Crime Alert Berks County's anonymous tip line at (877) 373-9913. No one will ask your name. You will be assigned a code number to track your tip. Crime Alert rewards for information which lead to an arrest of an offender are paid in cash!
Crime Alert Berks County is an organization of interested citizens, businesses, service organizations, corporations and social clubs, which formed to help our police departments in Berks County, Pennsylvania, to obtain credible leads that will result in arrests of criminals and solving crimes. This organization's inception was on August 1, 1998. Numerous crimes have been solved and arrests have been made as a result of tips e-mailed and phoned into the tip line.
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4/17/14 - Berks County District Attorney John Adams presented Crime Alert Berks County with a check for $15,000 .  Click here to read the article and see the video.
5/10/13 - Crime Alert Berks County President, Barry Rohrbach, at the Ninth Annual Heroes Breakfast of the Berks County Chapter of the American Red Cross. Click here to read the article »