On Sunday November 20, 2022, police were dispatched to a residence in the 1600blk of Wildberry Rd for suspicious activity. The homeowner shared surveillance from the home security camera showing what appears to be three males prowling around the rear of the property at 5:53pm and one of the males checked a rear door from the deck. All three males then walked off to the rear of the property.
Once again we happy to announce that we are a drop off site for Toy for Tots collection site for this holiday season. We will be collecting new and unwrapped toys starting today through Monday December 12th.
Our drop off boxes are in place at the following township locations;
Police Department Lobby (24/7)
Administration Lobby (M-F 830am-430pm)
Water Authority Lobby (M-F 8am – 4pm)
Media Release October 28, 2022
No-Shave November 2022
The officers of the Lower Saucon Township Police Department for the 4th year will put their razors away for the month of November to participate in “No Shave November”. Typically officers must be clean shaven on a daily basis due to department policy.
Help Us Help Those In Need by donating to our 4th Annual Fill The Police Car Food Drive which starts Monday October 10th until Wednesday November 9th.
Police are investigating a burglary that occurred in the 2500blk of Apple Street between the hours of 9:00pm Wednesday September 21st & 7:15 am Thursday September 22nd where unknown actor(s) entered a detached garage after removing a remote opener from a vehicle in the driveway. The actor(s) then stole two motorcycles, a 2020 Orange/White KTM dirt bike valued at approx.
UPDATED 09-08-2022 - REWARD for Information Leading to Identification, Arrest and Conviction
Lower Saucon Township Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of PART-TIME Police Officer.
All candidates must meet the following minimum requirements;
As the weather starts getting warmer and the days get longer, everyone wants to get out and visit the parks with their children, walk / ride on the trail or take your dog to the dog park. Every year vehicle windows are smashed and purses are stolen while the vehicles are parked in the parking areas of these outdoor recreational areas. The thieves then steal checks, credit cards and identification.
Residents who have expired or unused over-the-counter and prescription medications are able to discard those medications in a MedReturn drug collection unit, which is located in the front lobby of the Lower Saucon Police Department at 3700 Old Philadelphia Pike, Bethlehem.
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Thomas Barndt, Chief of Police
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