Thursday, October 8, 2015

Lower Merion seeks burglary suspects

Lower Merion Police are looking for two suspects in the burglary of a home on Gypsy Lane in Wynnewood. The pair also is suspected of committing burglaries in various Delaware County jurisdictions.

Lower Merion seeks burglary suspects


This came in today from the Lower Merion Police Department: It's the department's press release, verbatim.

On the above date and time officers responded to the 200 block of Gypsy Ln. Wynnewood on the report of a burglary in progress.  A description of a white male wearing a black sweatshirt was observed fleeing the scene.  Also there was information provided about a maroon Mazda displaying New Jersey registration near the scene which was occupied by a white female.  Officers checking the area located a maroon Mazda Protégé traveling west on Montgomery Ave. in the area of Meeting House Ln.  The vehicle was subsequently stopped and the male and female occupants were identified and arrested for burglary.  Investigation revealed that the two had also committed a burglary in the 500 block of Putnam Rd., Merion.


The two subjects were identified as follows:

Patrick Reiss, white male, 32 years old, of the 5100 block of N. Park Dr., Pensauken, NJ

Priscilla Dangelatonio, white female, 22 years old, of the 100 block of Pinebrook Dr. Mantua, NJ.




Subsequent investigation revealed that these two subjects are suspects in burglaries committed in several jurisdictions in Delaware County.  The Lower Merion Police Department and the Pennsylvania State Police, Aston Police, Upper Providence, and Nether Providence are currently working together to solve a series of burglaries in which both Reiss and Dangelatonio are implicated.


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