Bucks Police seek for car believed to be concerned in pursuit, catalytic converter thefts

QUAKERTOWN, Pa. – Police in Bucks County are asking for assist discovering the car concerned in a pursuit earlier this week. 

The Richland Township Police Division says their officers had been concerned in a car pursuit Wednesday simply after 4 a.m. 

Officers say members of the Pennridge Regional Police had tried to cease the car minutes earlier. The car fled, main police on a pursuit. 

It occurred on SR 309 north. Police say the car was touring at 100 mph and ran a number of crimson lights and cease indicators. The car additionally briefly traveled within the improper route on SR 663, police say. 

Police are looking for a black Nissan Sentra sedan with PA registration LBZ 7324. The license plate was reported stolen out of Bristol Township in February. 










The driving force was final seen within the space of Mill Highway and State Route 309 in Quakertown Borough. The car could have a touch digicam, telephone mount, or GPS mounted to the rearview window.

The car was reportedly concerned in a pursuit with Montgomery Township Police Division two hours prior and is suspected to be concerned in catalytic converter thefts in Montgomery County.

Anybody with info is requested to anonymously contact the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers at 1-800-4PA-TIPS (8477) or on-line.

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