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Teens Vandalize Home in Haverford; Student Shot Himself in School; FBI Video of Brinks Robbery
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/22/21 10:23 pm | updated: 10/22/21 10:23 pm
Police in Haverford Township are looking for several teenagers after they destroyed a family's front door in a seemingly random attack. It happened around 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 17, on Gilmore Road. Three teens ran up to the home while a fourth stayed in the car. They threw a brick threw one glass panel and kicked in the other glass panel leaving the front door shattered. The teens then fled then scene. The homeowner heard the crash and called 911. Police and the homeowners think the vandals targeted the wrong house. That is still not solace to the victims. "It's not fun, it's a violent thing," said Haverford Police Chief John Viola. "I mean, they're throwing bricks through windows. Why would anyone in their right mind want to do something like that and cause damage to someone's house just to have fun? That's not fun." If you have any information, call Detective Matt Hufnal at 610-853-1298 x 1236.

An 18-year-old student shot himself in the leg in the gymnasium of a West Philadelphia high school on Friday, 10/22. It happened in the early afternoon at the Philadelphia Learning Academy - South on the 4300 block of Westminster Avenue. A few dozen other students were also in the gym but no one else was injured. Police took the male student to an area hospital in stable condition. The weapon was eventually recovered. Faculty and students (grades 7-12) were evacuated from the school, about 170 total persons, while police investigated. Everyone was led back in through the metal detectors. Officials are investigating how the student was able to bring the gun into the school and bypass the security. He may also face criminal charges.

The FBI has released surveillance video of an attempted armored truck robbery in North Philadelphia on Monday afternoon, 10/18. It happened around 4:30 p.m. outside Cousin's Supermarket on the 1900 block of North 5th Street. The driver was loading a Brink's truck when he was approached by a man wearing a mask and armed with a gun. The driver, who is also armed, began to shoot at the suspect. The attempted robber dropped his weapon and fled without any money. He was driving a silver 2017 Nissan Altima with Pennsylvania tag KVB5500. If you have any information, contact the FBI.

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