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Weekend Snow in Philly; Church Vandalism in Vineland; Arrests in SW Philly Robbery Spree
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 01/25/14 3:33 am | updated: 01/25/14 3:34 am
Philadelphia will see another round of accumulating snow over the weekend. Saturday's snow will come from a fast-moving clipper system that will drop 1-3" in Philadelphia and its nearby suburbs, with 3-5 inches of snow possible up to the Lehigh Valley and Poconos. The snow should last between 10am and 3pm, with another burst in the early evening. The high temperature for Saturday will only be 23 degrees. Another clipper will arrive on Monday with a chance for snow showers. Behind that system will be a dip in temperatures with a reinforcing shot of Arctic air. Tuesday's low will drop to the single digits with highs in the teens.

Police in Vineland, NJ are looking for suspects who vandalized statues outside two churches overnight. Police responded to Sacred Heart Church at 922 E Landis Avenue. Sometime during the night vandals had destroyed several religious statues. They hacked off the head of the Virgin Mary and chopped a statue of Joseph in half. Police were also called to St. Francis of Assisi Church at 23 W Chestnut Avenue for similar defacements. (see photo below) Vandals had punched out the faces faces of Jesus, Mary and Joseph on a statue. Anyone with information is asked to call Vineland Police at 856-691-4111.

Two women have been arrested and two more suspects are still at large in connection with a robbery spree in Southwest Philadelphia. The latest robbery occurred Thursday night just after 11:00 p.m. at Stacy's Pizza on the 4200 block of Market Street. At this robbery, two suspects entered the pizzeria, one of them armed. It was their third robbery of the night. Their spree began last Saturday. They also allegedly robbed a Subway at 56th and Lancaster and the Hibachi Grill in Pennrose Plaza. They have targeted places with a lone female at the register and have used a stolen vehicle that they later ditch. The two females arrested are 19-year-old Reyshawn Cherry and 18-year-old Alaya Tyler. They had initially acted as if they were witnesses to the crimes, however, video surveillance showed that were more involved in the crimes. Two males are still loose. Anyone with information is urged to contact Philadelphia Police at 215-686-TIPS (8477), text a tip to PPD TIP (773847) or through

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 by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA | responded: 01/25 3:34 am
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