Rvipf Records Upsurge In Licence Sticker Thefts


Wednesday, October 1 – Police are alerting vehicle owners of an upsurge in the theft of license stickers particularly from soft top SUVs.

While efforts are being made to make these stickers resistant to theft, perpetrators are coming equipped with tools to scrape of the licenses from the inside of windshields. Vehicles left unlocked and those with soft-top zipper closures are more vulnerable.

While the police are carrying out investigations into the theft of the license stickers, they are seeking the support and assistance of the public in providing any information that could lead to the identity of the thieves or vehicles with suspected stolen stickers displayed.

Police investigators are also asking for the public’s assistance in locating 40 construction jacks marked with initials RW reported stolen on September 23 from a home on Little Dix Hill on September 17 as well as the theft of both front and rear license plates PF-207 stolen from a vehicle in Free Bottom on Sunday, September 26.

Investigators are looking for any information that could lead to the location of these items and the identity of the persons who stole these items. Persons with information can contact any officer within the Criminal Investigations Department through the Force’s three digital access number 311.

Any information received leading to the arrest of perpetrators and/or recovery of stolen goods may be subject of a reward payment.