Reward Offered for Hit-Run Suspect in Hereford Township

HEREFORD PA – A suspect accused of involvement in a hit-and-run crash on Saint Peters Road in Hereford (Berks County) is being sought by Pennsylvania State Police from the Troop L Barracks in Reading, and the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers organization on Friday (June 24, 2022) began offering a cash reward for information in the case.

Troopers reported the suspect was driving a black Dodge 3500 pick-up truck (both at top) Wednesday (June 22) at 3:15 p.m. on Saint Peters Road when the vehicle “struck the Seisholtzville Fire Company’s mailbox, drove through bushes on the property, and struck items in parking lot.” The driver then fled the scene.

Anyone with information on the incident is asked to call Trooper Farnsler at the Reading Barracks at 610-378-4011, or anonymously contact Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers. It accepts tips toll-free by phone at 1-800-472-8477, or online here.

The amount of the potential reward was not specified. Rewards are distributed when tips lead to an arrest in, help find a fugitive in, or assist in solving the alleged thefts. Information on the incidents, although accurate when released, may later be changed or updated, it noted.

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