At least two vehicles in Milford Township were broken into and had items of value removed from them last week, Pennsylvania State Police at Dublin said Sunday.
In a news release, police said the vehicles were parked on or near Trumbauersville Road at the time.
They identified them as a 2015 Volkswagen Jetta and a 2008 Jeep.
Included in the list of items that were reported stolen were a driver’s license, a Social Security card, an American Heritage debit card, $300 in cash, a cracked rose gold iPhone 7, a Coach wallet, a Vera Bradley purse and “recently purchased shirts and pants from Under Armour and Sperry” valued at $182, police said.
The release indicated that the thefts were reported to state police on the morning of July 25.