Three group hit off Rittenhouse Gap, bluster to gash employees: Cops
December 31, 2015 - fall Denim
The Philadelphia Police Department is looking for 3 suspects cops contend attacked a Gap outlet a day after Christmas.
On Dec. 26, 3 group entered a Gap outlet store during 19th and Chestnut streets around 5:45 p.m. whereupon they “attempted to place several equipment of wardrobe inside their bags while ripping off a confidence tags,” authorities alleged.
Cops pronounced that when store confidence confronted a three, one of them “threatened to gash a employee.” The 3 afterwards reportedly fled a store.
Cops described a suspects as: a 30-year-old black male, middle build, with light mustache and brave wearing a dim coat, jeans and red sneakers; a late 20s black masculine wearing a white skull cap, denim jacket, blue jeans and brownish-red boots; and, a 20-year-old blcak male, skinny build, with a goatee and wearing a 3 entertain length dim coat, blue jeans and a blue Yankees cap.
Citizens with information are speedy to hit military during 215-686-TIPS (8477) or around content to PPDTIP (773847). Tipsters might also leave information online.