Help catch the thief who broke into an Albert Einstein Medical Center office

When it comes to crime, hospitals are generally the places where victims are taken, not where the ill deeds are committed.

However, Philadelphia Police are currently investigating a Oct. 30 burglary which occurred in an employee’s office at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Logan.

 

 

According to police, a man in his twenties was captured by surveillance cameras entering an AEMC employee’s office around 2:30 p.m.

There, he allegedly took the victim’s wallet from her desk. In that wallet was her identification, credit cards and an undetermined amount of cash.

The suspect is described as a black male wearing a white short-sleeved button-down shirt with a long-sleeved thermal style shirt underneath and tan pants.

Police ask anyone with information about the theft to call the Northwest Detective Divison at (215) 686-3353/54 or the tipsline at (215) 686-8477 (TIPS), text a tip to 773847 (PPD TIP) or submit one via the department’s website.

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