Corrections Officer Robbed at Gunpoint in Philly

Police say the officer was not injured

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    Police are searching for two men who robbed a corrections officer at gunpoint in Philadelphia.

    It happened shortly before 2 a.m. on the 6400 block of Cranford Street as the 30-year-old officer was exiting his car. Police say one of the men punched the officer in the face and a struggle ensued. The other suspect then hit the officer in the head with a small black-colored handgun, according to investigators.

    The men stole the officer’s cell phone and wallet, which contained credit cards. As the suspects ran away, one of the men fired a gun hitting the officer’s car, shattering a window.

    The officer managed to drive to the 1300 block of Hellerman Street in Oxford Circle where he called police.

    Police are investigating the incident.
     

     


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