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Unusual Crime has TE Drivers Dodging Debris

Police are looking for suspects who are leaving a very unsual "calling card" on local roads.

Easttown Police are searching for suspects in a series of debris dumping incidents that are both illegal and dangerous.

Someone has been dumping yard clippings and even big chunks of trees and tree stumps on roads in Easttown.

The first incidents were reported last Thursday and Friday when big logs and tree stumps as well as sizable tree clippings started showing up in the middle of at least eight roads in the township including Beaumont, Twinbrook, Grubbs Mill and Waterloo.

Easttown Police say the yard waste is being strewn in the iddle of the road for up to 15 feet, as if someone is just dumping the stuff off the back of a truck.

Police are asking local residents who have had lawn work done on their property recently to give them a call to help investigators in the search for suspects.

Easttown Police can be reached at 610-647-1440.

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