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Three Suspects in Oxygen Tank Theft; Boy Struck/Killed in Bucks; ATT 911 Service Problems Alt. #'s
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 03/09/17 2:20 am | updated: 03/09/17 2:20 am
Philadelphia Police are searching for three people they believe were involved in the theft of an oxygen tank after breaking into a home in the Queen Village neighborhood last month. It happened around 7 p.m. on February 25 in the 900 block of Washington Avenue. Surveillance video captured the two men and a woman forcing their way into the residence. The female is seen exiting while the tank. The two men are seen driving away in what appears to be a Nissan Altima. Another unknown male, who is a person of interest, was seen exiting the suspects' car and walking toward 10th Street. Anyone with any information is asked to call police at 215-686-TIPS. See the video below.

A 5-year-old boy was struck and killed in a Bucks County trailer park on Wednesday afternoon. It happened around 3 pm at the Bel-Aire trailer park on Bristol Pike in Morrisville. The boy was hit by a pickup truck. He was transported to Aria Bucks Campus Hospital were he was pronounced dead on arrival. After the boy was struck, people began to attack the truck. The driver was forced to drive away from the scene. He drove a short distance and called police. Authorities say that the driver is cooperating with police and has submitted to a blood test. The accident remains under investigation. Anyone with any information is asked to call police at 215-949-9100.

AT&T mobile customers in some local counties may have trouble using 911 service. According to dispatchers, customers in Chester, Montgomery and Delaware counties are experiencing problems when trying to call 911. Officials say users should use these numbers instead: Chester County - 610-692-5100, Montgomery County - 610-635-4300, Delaware County - 610-565-6500. It also appears AT&T customers in DC and Houston are also having problems.

UPDATE:911 service has been restored.

Today is International Women's Day. Women across the United States chose to participate in the "A Day Without a Woman" action by the organizers of the Women's March that followed the inauguration. By not participating in their normal work or home responsibilities and capacities or spending money, women hope to show their economic strength and impact on society. In Philadelphia, woman rallied at Logan Circle before marching through Center City.

Tonight, clear skies, breezy, temperatures in the mid 50's this evening in Center City

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