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Clearfield Police: reports of footprints of porches, search for truck that caused damage

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Clearfield, PA – Clearfield Borough Police are looking for the pickup truck that backed up into a vehicle that was parked near the YMCA. They say it happened around 8:50 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 15 on North Second Street, near the Clearfield YMCA. It’s believed to be a silver Dodge Ram truck, possibly with a tow hitch.

Police in Clearfield also got reports of footprints found on front porches of several West Second Avenue homes. The prints appeared in the snow and would have occurred during the early morning hours. Police are still investigating.

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Read the full police reports from Clearfield Borough Police, released on Feb. 17, 2022:

On 2/15/2022, at approximately 0850 am, police responded to a vehicle accident that occurred on N 2nd St near the YMCA. A silver Dodge Ram truck was reported to have backed into an unoccupied vehicle, parked on N. 2nd St causing minor damage.  It is believed that the Dodge Ram may have had a tow hitch on the vehicle and may have struck the vehicle with the hitch. After striking the vehicle the Dodge Ram traveled north on N 2nd St towards Bridge St.  Police ask that  anyone with information to this incident is asked to call Police at 814 765 7819 or 814 765 1533.

Police received a report of footprints being observed on the front porches of multiple W 2nd Ave residences. The prints appeared in the snow and would have occurred during early morning hours. Police are investigating.

Police responded to a report of an altercation at a Spruce St residence. Police arrived and found the incident to be a verbal altercation. The parties involved separated for the time.

Police responded to an activated security alarm on Duke St. Police arrived and determined it to be a false alarm.

Police responded to a Nichols St residence for a noise complaint. Police arrived and located a male doing construction work during early morning hours. Police advised the male of the complaint and he agreed to stop until later in the morning.

Police responded to a Daisy St residence for a male reported to be hallucinating and threatening. Police arrived and located the male who requested to be taken to the hospital.

Police received a report of possible identity theft in which an unemployment claim was created in the victim’s name.