Click Here to view the press release regarding the charges against a Lower Moreland High School teacher accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student.

At approximately 1347 hrs on Monday, 07/01/13 a Lower Moreland Police Officer stopped a light blue Honda Odyssey minivan traveling west on Sunflower Way from the area of Clover Road.  The Honda was observed to have New Jersey inspection stickers with a PA registration plate, PA JHT0899.  The occupants were unable to provide a legitimate reason for being present in this neighborhood and their stories changed several times.  

A police scanner was located inside the vehicle and it was set to the Lower Moreland frequency and actively scanning other nearby jurisdictions.  Criminal history and NCIC/PCIC checks were conducted on all three occupants.  All three were found to have extensive criminal histories including burglaries, robberies, gun charges and violent crimes.  

Further information was developed which revealed the three males are possible persons of interest related to home invasion robberies/burglaries of business owners of Asian descent.  It is possible the three males were actively casing a potential target home.

The Lower Moreland Police Department believes it is important to keep our citizens aware so they may stay on alert for potential issues occurring in their neighborhood. If these subjects, vehicle, or any other suspicious activity is observed in the area, do not make contact with them and please contact 911 immediately.

At 7:33 AM on Wednesday, May 22, 2013 Lower Moreland Police were dispatched to the SEPTA train tracks north of Tomlinson Road for a report of a pedestrian struck by a train. Initial investigation found that a male had stepped in front of a northbound passenger train in an apparent suicide. Identification of the male is being withheld pending notification of next of kin.

SEPTA police and the Montgomery County Coroner's office also responded to the scene. Investigation of the incident is continuing.

The Lower Moreland Township Police Department and the FBI are seeking the public's assistance to identify and locate the subject responsible for the robbery today of the Wells Fargo Bank brance located at 2560 Huntingdon Pike, Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania.

 At approximately 9:32 a.m., the subject entered the bank and made a verbal demand to a teller. After obtaining an undisclosed amount of cash, the subject fled the area of the bank on foot, heading west on Fetters Mill Road.

 The subject is described as a light-complected black male, approximately 5'6" - 5'11' tall, medium build; he wore a gray hooded sweatshirt with the word "NIKE" and the "swoosh" logo in black across the front, black sweatpants, black gloves, and a white mask or scarf across his face.

 This subject is believed also to be responsible for the armed robberies of a Sovereign Bank branch in Cheltenham Township on June 13 and May 28, a Wells Fargo Bank brance in Northeast Philadelphia on May 23, and a PNC Bank branch in Philadelphia's Mayfair section on May 15.

 The subject is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information about this subject or this robbery is urged to call the Lower Moreland Township Police Department at 215-947-3132 or the FBI at 215-641-8910. There may be a reward for information leading to this subject's capture; tipsters can remain anonymous.

Click Here to view the press release regarding recent arrests made for a May 2012 home invasion.