Help Local Firefighter, Business Owner Find Thieves
A local fire fighter and business owner is seeking the community's help to find several men who, according to surveillance photos, stole from the storage facility of Rapid Deployment Products, Inc.
Local firefighter and business owner Thom Richmond is asking for the community to help identify some men that he suspects stole from the storage facility of his local business on two separate occasions.
Richmond has photos from surveillance cameras of two men walking around his business—Rapid Deployment Products, Inc.—just before 6 a.m. on Sunday, July 29. A red truck is also pictured with the men.
Another incident took place on Saturday, Aug. 4, according to Richmond and the surveillance photos. Pictures show a blue or black Pathfinder.
Richmond told Patch that he filed an incident report with the Northampton Township Police Department on Sunday, Aug. 5, and that he is still trying to see exactly what was taken from the storage facility.
"We are still doing inventory on the containers they broke into to," Richmond said.
Rapid Deployment Products, Inc. is a firefighter/paramedic owned and operated company that prides itself on manufacturing state of the art products for Fire-Rescue, EMS and Law Enforcement, according to the company's website. The business is located in the Northampton Township Industrial Park at 100 Steamwhistle Dr. in Ivyland.
Richmond posted photos on his Facebook page, and is asking that anyone with information contact the police.