The three suspects pictured are wanted for questioning for a Retail Theft of socks, vallued at approximately $110.00 from HOCSOCX, 900 Rutter Ave in Forty Fort. Forty Fort police are requesting your help in identifying these subjects. Anyone with information pertaining to these individuals can send a Tip through CRIMEWATCH, or by calling 570-287-8586, or sending an e-mail to
On 9/11/2017 Officer Ian Byczek was called to 973 Wyoming Ave, GM Food Mart for a retail theft.
The male pictured, came into the store to purchase several items, stated he needed to go to his car to get his card to pay for the items and fled on foot with packs of cigarettes and chewing tobacco.
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Daniel E. Hunsinger, Chief of Police
On August 31,2017 Officers from the Forty Fort Police Department were requested to an address on Wyoming Ave where a black juvenile male was captured on a home security system riding a bicycle onto the property. The male dumped the bicycle into the woods and fled on foot when confronted by a homeowner. Officer recovered the bicycle from the woods and transported it back to the polic
On Monday, August 28, 2017 Forty Fort Police were made aware of a burglary that took place in the day time hours. Suspect(s) gained entry into the residence thought an unlocked window and stole men's and women's jewelry. The Forty Fort Police with the assistance of the Pennsylvania State Police Records and Identification Forensic Unit were on scene gathering evidence.
Kovatch Ford delivered our new police vehicle today, Wednesday, July 12, 2017 - (2017 Ford Interceptor SUV) The vehicle was delivered ready for the road. By adding this vehicle to our fleet, we will drastically reduce our vehicle maintenance costs over the next 5+ years. This will be the fourth new vehicle our department has received since 2013, and two of them were received through a grant at no cost to the taxpayers of Forty Fort. Two out of the four police vehicles
Our police department maintains a prescription pill drop-off box in the lobby of the police station for disposal of unneeded/unused prescription and over-the-counter medications. The drop-off box is accessible 24/7. Residents are encouraged to remove medications from the labeled prescription bottles and to place them in a zip-lock bag or the plastic self-seal bags located on top of the drop-off box for disposal. NO SYRINGES or LIQUID MEDICATION
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