Surveillance videos: Police seeking gun suspects

Above: Surveillance video shows the assailants wanted for a recent robbery and shooting in the Rawnhurst section of Philadelphia, which we previously reported.

The Philly Police Blog released a batch of surveillance videos this week, in search of suspect wanted for recent shootings and gunpoint robberies:

• Wanted: Suspect for Multiple Robberies in the 2nd, 26th and 35th Districts [VIDEO] ***UPDATED 4TH INCIDENT***
• Wanted: Suspect for Robbery in the 9th District [VIDEO]
• Wanted: Suspect for Robbery in the 24th District [VIDEO]
• Wanted: Suspect for Shooting/Robbery in the 39th District [VIDEO]
• Wanted: Suspect for Shooting in the 16th District [VIDEO]
• Wanted: Suspects for Commercial Robbery in the 15th District [VIDEO]
• Wanted: Suspects for Commercial Robbery in the 2nd District [VIDEO]
• Wanted: Suspect for Commercial Robbery in the 12th District [VIDEO]
• Wanted: Suspect for Shooting in the 24th District [VIDEO]

The latest weekly data from the Philadelphia Police Department, for the week ending August 24th, shows violent crime down across all categories in the city this year to date.

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However, the latest daily report indicates that homicides reported in the city so far in 2014 are now running slightly ahead of last year’s pace, as we recently noted. On Friday morning, the Philadelphia Police Crime Maps and Stats page reported that 163 people had been killed this year in Philadelphia, three more than on the same date in 2013.

Posted by Jim MacMillan.

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