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Matthew Royer Still Missing; Woman Sentenced 6 years Stealing Franklin Bust; Bear Spotted in Bucks
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/20/13 7:30 pm | updated: 05/20/13 7:30 pm
Police are still tracking a missing University of Rhode Island student on his way home from college to Skippack, PA in Montgomery County. Matthew Royer, a 21-year-old pharmacy student, left university in Kingston, RI on Thursday night. Previously the last confirmed sighting of Royer was just after 2am on surveillance video at a gas station at Route 78 and Route 100 in Breinigsville about 30 minutes from home. Pennsylvania State Police say that his car was seen at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, May 17th at Route 501 and Route 422 in Lebanon County, PA about an hour from home and heading toward Harrisburg. His cell phone is off or has stopped working. His car is a 2008 silver Chevy Cobalt with a Pennsylvania license plate, GZR-9059. Royer is a white male, 6'1, 160 pounds, with blue eyes, and brown hair. He was wearing a dark-green golf shirt, khaki shorts, flip-flops and a baseball cap. Anyone with information about him can call the Skippack state police station at 610-584-1250.

A Philadelphia woman was sentenced to six years in prison for stealing a rare bust of Benjamin Franklin from a home in Bryn Mawr. Andrea Lawton, 47, plead guilty to one count of interstate transportation of stolen property in December in federal court. She also plead to county charges of one count of burglary and one count of criminal conspiracy to commit burglary which she'll be sentenced at a later time. Lawton stolen the bust worth $3 million on Aug. 24, 2012 from a home she was working as a house cleaner. She fled to Alabama trying to find a buyer and was eventually arrested in Elkton, MD. The bust was damaged during her transport. It was sculpted during sculpted during Franklin's lifetime by Jean-Antoine Houdon.

Police and wildlife officers are trying to track down a black bear that has been seen wandering around neighborhoods in Lower Bucks County. Most recently it was caught on tape roaming around a soccer field in Bensalem. Previously it was seen in Solebury Township on May 7 and was then reported in Hulmeville on Thursday. Officials say the bear may be search for a mate. If you do spot the animal or encounter it do not approach, just stay calm and back away slowly. The Pennsylvania Game Commission set a trap for the bear but have not had luck catching it. They'll relocate it to a more rural county in Pennsylvania.

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