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Search For Bank Robbing Suspect, Six Men Arrested In Prostitution Sting, Milestone For Building
  by: blogue40 - Phoenixville, PA
started: 11/16/16 5:32 pm | updated: 11/16/16 5:32 pm
Police are now searching for a suspect who is wanted for robbing a bank in Center City. The robbery took place Wednesday afternoon at the Republic Bank on the 1600 block of Market Street. Police say the man walked into the bank, and handed the teller a note demanding cash. After receiving the unknown amount of cash, the man was able to run away on foot. He was last seen heading westbound on Market Street. If anyone has any information they are asked to call the Philadelphia Police, or contact the FBI. Officials say that the man is armed and dangerous.

Officials say that six men have now been arrested after they were caught seeking prostitutes in the King of Prussia area. The men were arrested in coordination with a sting operation that has been targeting human trafficking and sex trade rings happening in the King of Prussia area. Officers began by placing false ads online offering prostitution services, in response they received hundreds of texts and phone calls from men. While talking with the suspects online, they would agree to a place and a time to meet, as well as a price for the sexual services. An undercover cop would meet the men posing as a prostitute before taking them into custody. All six men are being charged with patronizing prostitutes.

A milestone was reached today in the construction of a building going up in Center City that is working on revitalizing East Market Street. Workers finished the 17th floor of the building today, and put down the final steel for the structure of the The Ludow building at 12th and Market Streets in Center City. This marks the end of phase one of a $200 million project. Once the building is complete it is set to be used as a mix of 322 residential units as well as 130,000 square feet of parking and retail space. The building is set to be completed by Spring of 2017.


The Sixers play at home tonight against the Wizards.


Tonight cloudy and some rain possible, with a low of 43 degrees in Center City.

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