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Range Rover Stolen In Phoenixville, Police Say

PHOENIXVILLE PA – Several thefts of, and from, vehicles in western Montgomery County that reportedly were unlocked and contained keys occurred during overnight hours Thursday (Sept. 7, 2017), area police departments stated. Possibly one with the highest profile happened near Phoenixville and is being investigated by the Upper Providence Police Department.

A black, 2016-model Range Rover (at top) was stolen sometime between Wednesday (Sept. 6) at 10:30 p.m. Thursday at 1:30 a.m. from 34 Wilson Way, the department said in a Facebook post. The vehicle was tagged with Pennsylvania license plate JTJ-0590, and has black rims and tinted windows. It contained a child car seat and a stroller, officers added.

Anyone with information pertaining to the theft is asked to call Ofc. Andrew Parkins at
(610) 933-7899, or send him an e-mail at 032par@uprov-montco.org, and refer to incident report number 68-17-07321.

Law enforcement officials also repeated often-offered and apparently ignored advice to area residents: lock everything every time; and report anyone suspicious to 9-1-1.

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