Police are looking for a suspect in the robberies of the target store in the township of Richland

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Credit: Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers/Crimewatch

In their Crimewatch post, police and Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers shared a number of photos of the suspect in the Target store robberies in Richland Township. In all but one of the photos (see below), the man is wearing a face covering.

Police and Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers are asking for the public’s help in identifying a suspect in multiple robberies at the Target store on N. West End Boulevard (Rt. 309) in Richland Township, Bucks County.

In an article on Crimewatch on Thursday, the suspect was described as a white male known to drive a newer dark gray sedan, which police believe may be a Honda Civic.

According to the post, the vehicle displays an unknown registration and is missing the hubcap on its driver’s side front wheel.

The man who is believed to have committed at least seven retail thefts from the store between February 26 and May 16 has a modus operandi that has so far allowed him to steal nearly $1,000 worth of merchandise without being apprehended, authorities said.

According to the Crimewatch update, after entering the target, the man often goes to the electronics department, where he selects an item, removes its security tag, then conceals the item on himself before leaving.

Anyone with information relating to this case is asked to contact Ofc. Joshua Fonseca of the Richland Township Police Department at 215-539-9500, ext. 313, or Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (8477) or online. All callers to Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest, solving a crime/cold case, or locating a wanted/fugitive or missing person .

Target Suspicious Theft

Credit: Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers/Crimewatch

Police say the suspect in the thefts is a white male who drives a newer dark gray sedan that may be a Honda Civic.

Target Suspicious Theft

Credit: Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers/Crimewatch

Police and Pa. Crime Stoppers have shared this store security photo of the suspect’s vehicle, which may be a newer Honda Civic.