Plymouth Township Police Department Seeks Help in Locating Two Suspects with Warrants

The Plymouth Township Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating two individuals that had warrants issued recently. They are:

Curtis Gregory Smith (pictured left)

On Tuesday, February 13, 2018, at approximately 0931 hours, the Curtis Gregory Smith, entered Lowes with an empty shopping cart and proceeded to tool world where he selected a Dewalt 4.5-gallon portable electric horizontal air compressor, which is valued at $349.00, and a Kobalt 51-piece screwdriver bit set, valued at $29.98.  Smith passed all points of sale without paying for the items he selected and was confronted by loss prevention. Smith was initially cooperative but became defiant, stating he was not coming back, and ran from Lowes. Smith eventually returned to his two tone white, 1997 Ford F-250, pickup truck bearing Pennsylvania registration ZHM5984 with a trailer attached and he drove off.

Nathan Lee Twyman (pictured right)

On Thursday, February 22, 2018, an arrest warrant was issued for Nathan Lee Twyman after the Plymouth Township Detective Division and Republic Bank conducted an investigation. The investigation revealed that there were 17 (seventeen) checks totaling $10,870.00 that were payable to Nathan Twyman between Saturday, September 9, 2017 and Thursday, January 18, 2018. These checks were written on the account of a 78-year-old victim who banks at Republic Bank in Plymouth Township. Twyman is charged with;

PACC Dealing in Proceeds of Unlawful Activities 5111a, 1 (F1) 17 counts
PACC Forgery 4101a, 3 (F3) 17 counts
PACC Theft by Deception 3922a, 3 (M1) 17 counts
PACC Possessing Instruments of Crime 907a (M1) 17 counts

Twyman is aware of the warrant for his arrest and failed to surrender as he was supposed to. Twyman frequents Lansdale, Norristown, Willow Grove, and Pottstown.

Anyone with information regarding each person is requested to contact Detective Jeffrey McGee at 610-279-1901 or