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Man Stole Wallet From Vehicle During Baseball Game in Hatfield

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HATFIELD, Pa. -

Hatfield Police are looking for a man who stole a wallet from a vehicle.

The incident occurred on June 14, when the victim was umpiring a baseball game at School Road Park in Hatfield Township.

Police say when the umpire arrived at his vehicle, he discovered  someone stole from his car. The suspect then made credit card purchases at several retail establishments in Hatfield and Towamencin Townships.

Several images of the suspect and his vehicle were captured on surveillance video.

The suspect appears to be a white male, 40-50 years old, with a bald head, and a tattoo on his lower right leg.

The suspect was operating a white Ford Explorer XLT possibly a 2004 model year.

If anyone recognizes the suspect or his vehicle please contact the Detective Division #215-855-0903 or PoliceTips@hatfield-township.org reference HTPD #55-14-15121.

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