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East Lansdowne Police, Delaware County, Pa 19050
East Lansdowne Police, Delaware County, Pa 19050

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September 13, 2018 1120pm. B's Q-Shot Lounge-Some goofball decided to rearrange the face of a guy he didn't know for the attention of a woman he didn't end up going home with. The victim is in serious condition in the hospital and requires surgery to correct the damage. Please take a look at this video and help us identify this guy. He has distinctive hair and facial features. On the off-shot that you are this guy, please turn yourself into the East Lansdowne Police. This ain't going away. We will find you. You are from the area and we know it. This ain't 'The Fugitive' (Great Movie!) and you ain't Harrison Ford. Its better to turn yourself in peacefully at police headquarters than to be perp-walked out of your home or place of business. Bring your lawyer...don't bring your lawyer, we could care less. It won't change a thing. You will stand before a judge and account for your actions.
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August 31, 2018 8am: Two young males armed with handguns robbed the Baltimore Pike Check Cashing. Besides pointing guns at a helpless unarmed woman who greeted them with kindness and the strange dance they did with the bubble doors, they also made off with approximately $50,000 in cash. Please take a look at this video and help us bring these knuckleheads in before someone gets hurt. 610-259-2308
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ELPD is now an "Internet Purchase Exchange Location". The parking lot area is recorded 24/7 and can be used as a safe place to conduct private purchases.
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ELPD is attempting to ID this person for suspicion of stealing packages off of a porch. If we don't find him, the delivery drivers just may. Anyone with information as to his identity is asked to contact ELPD at 610-259-2308
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Burglary- Melson Cell Phones, 712 Long Lane. Multiple Cell Phones and related items stolen. Maybe they can use the newly acquired cell phones to call and search for job vacancies? Anyone with information as to the ID of these two knuckleheads please call Det. Sgt. James Cadden, ELPD at 610-259-2308 or info@elpd.org
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Aggravated Assault, Arson and related charges were filed against Michael McCoy of Philadelphia who assaulted a store clerk at the P&P Seafood store and attempted to set the building on fire. McCoy, who is 25 years old (apparently going on 5 years old) was refused service for alcohol by staff members when he threw temper tantrum. His actions endangered the lives and property of those inside the store as well as residents within the building. McCoy was quickly apprehended attempting to flee the scene approx one block away by Ptlm. Matthew Barr. (Good job Matt!)
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Finally got some media push. Thank you Shawnette Wilson of Fox Philly! Will, if you are out there bud, call us, you are NOT in trouble. The small matter you may be concerned about is peanuts compared to your family's grief. We can work out the details later. Come home.
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On August 30th, 2016 at 1103pm, a woman was struck by a vehicle while walking southbound on Church Lane towards Baltimore Ave. The driver of the vehicle failed miserably at being a decent human being by not stopping and not and rendering aid. The driver also violated some laws, for which the East Lansdowne Police would very much like to speak to them about.

The woman was sent flying into the air and miraculously only sustained minor injuries. She is well on her way to a full recovery. After striking the victim the vehicle traveled West on Baltimore Ave. Anyone with information as to the vehicle's owner or driver, please contact Det.Sgt. James Cadden at 610-259-2308. If you are the driver of this vehicle, and if, by chance, you have even one ounce of humanity left in your miserable soul....call us. We know it was an accident. We can work something out. We are selling redemption and resolution. And man do we have a deal for you
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So, if YOU were the Detective investigating this case, what would your first action be?

1.) Interview all store employees, including past and current employees.
2.) Hang out at Dunkin Donuts and wait for someone to walk in and confess to the crime.
3.) Advise the store owner that you have two of your "best guys" on the case, and then inquire about his most popular monthly data plans for your teenage daughter's cell phone?
4.) Post video on Social Media and hope that someone recognizes the dirty rotten scumbag who committed the crime.
5.) Hang out at Dunkin Donuts and wait for someone to walk in and confess to the crime, while using the still valid coupon that you found in the Metro PCS parking lot (True story!)
Watch the video, look for clues and then comment below... Blues Clues!
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