Above: A gunman, at center, fires into a crowd earlier this month on East Hilton Street in the Kensington section of Philadelphia, as seen in this image taken from surveillance video. One man was struck in the shoulder, according to police.
The PhillyPolice Blog has released several new videos in search of suspects wanted in connection with recent gunpoint robberies and shootings. According to the latest weekly update from the Philadelphia Police Department, 988 gunpoint robberies have been reported in the city this year.
Wanted: Police are seeking your help to identify…
- Suspect for Robbery in the 15th District [VIDEO]
- Suspect for Robbery in the 25th District [VIDEO]
- Suspect for Multiple Robberies in the 12th District [VIDEO]
- Suspects for Shooting in the 25th District [VIDEO]
- Suspect for Shooting/Aggravated Assault in the 25th District [VIDEO]
- Suspects for Shooting/Aggravated Assault in the 25th District [VIDEO]
- Suspects for Multiple Robberies in the 2nd, 5th and 25th Districts [VIDEO]
- Suspects for Multiple Robberies in the 7th District [VIDEO]
Posted by Jim MacMillan.
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