More than 500 gunpoint robberies reported in Philadelphia in 2014

The Philadelphia Police Department has released numerous videos since our last surveillance updates, seeking gun suspects wanted for armed robberies and shootings in Philadelphia. According to the latest police data, 538 gunpoint robberies have been reported since the beginning of 2014 in Philadelphia, a very slight year-to-date increase ahead of last year’s pace.

Above: Police are seeking to identify the suspects who robbed a 7-11 store with a shotgun in Ogontz on March 11th. (more info) ( watch the video)

Police also have surveillance photos and videos seeking:

Posted by Jim MacMillan

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