Sunday, April 11, 2021
Sunday, April 11, 2021

Police Want to ‘Speak to‘ Man Who Found Money at ATM and Kept It Instead of Finding Owner

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Police in suburban Philadelphia are seeking the public’s assistance identifying a man suspected of finding money at an ATM so they can ‘talk to him’ about the situation, Your Content has learned.

“The Marple Twp Police are asking for the public’s assistance with identifying the person pictured in this post.” police in Delaware County wrote in a release Friday.

“The white male with the red sweatshirt was involved in an incident at the Wawa on Sproul Rd earlier in the week and Detectives would like to speak with him.”

While “finder keepers, losers weepers” is the common sense approach that is understood by most people, Pennsylvania law defies common sense and actually requires a person to try and return lost property.

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“Any information, please contact Detective Nick Coffin at 484-427-8174 or [email protected]

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