Surveillance videos: Philadelphia Police seek assistance identifying recent shooting and armed robbery suspects

Storify by #GunCrisis Mon, Nov 18 2013 07:47:39 Surveillance videos: Police seek assistance identifying recent shooting and armed robbery suspects Add to story or collection Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google+ Share on Linkedin Share by email The Philadelphia Police department has been continually releasing more surveillance videos in search of help from…

Surveillance video: Jacket logos could lead to suspects in second armed robbery at same 7-11 in Southwest Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Police Department’s Southwest Detectives Division has released surveillance video in an effort to identify the suspects who recently robbed a 7-11 store in Carroll Park. Distinctive clothing logos can be seen in some of the footage. According to http://blog.phillypolice.com: These suspects appear to be the same individuals who committed a robbery at the same…

Join the discussion next week: Building a Philadelphia Public Safety Agenda

Philadelphia City Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr., will lead “Building a Philadelphia Public Safety Agenda,” a public safety roundtable next Wednesday and Thursday, December 19th and 20th at Saint Joseph’s University’s Richard Johnson Center for Anti-Violence, and in partnership with the GunCrisis Reporting Project. “Experts in behavioral health, criminal justice along with state and federal legislators, will…

#RIP is not enough: Support the #phillypeaceplan

Almost any night or day, if you combine a Twitter search for #Philly with #RIP or #SMH — for “shaking my head” — you will find users sharing their frustration and grief in response to continuing gun violence. Please support our effort to promote an alternative hashtag: #phillypeaceplan. Let’s crowdsource solutions to the epidemic of…

More ways to connect with the #GunCrisis: Philadelphia reporting team

Now you can text us — or leave a message — at our new phone number: (215) 882-9867. We are taking questions, corrections, kudos and complaints. Last month we added the GunCrisis iPhone app. And last week we added free breaking news text alerts. As always, you can: Follow us on Twitter: @guncrisisnews Like us on Facebook: GunCrisis…