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Video: Bensalem Catalytic Converter Theft; Stolen Temple Police SUV Recovered; Glassboro Bus Drivers
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/13/21 11:45 pm | updated: 09/13/21 11:45 pm
Bensalem Police are searching for a pair of thieves wanted for stealing catalytic converters from several transportation vans at a senior center last month. It happened on August 13 around 2 a.m. at the LIFE Saint Mary senior center. The two men arrived in a maroon mini van with a dog on a leash. They both were wearing baseball hats and had beards. They used an electric saw to cut off the catalytic converter from underneath 10 transportation vans in the parking lot. The converters contain expensive metals that can be extracted for scrap. They are also costly to replace. If you have any information, contact contact Bensalem Police at 215-633-3719.


A Temple Police SUV has been recovered after it was stolen on Sunday night, 9/13, near Temple University Hospital. It happened around 11 p.m. near North Broad and West Ontario Streets at the scene of a traffic accident. After an officer exited his vehicle to examine the scene, a woman jumped into the marked police SUV and drove off. She was not involved in the accident. Police say that the vehicle had several weapons inside including an AR-15 rifle and a shotgun. Authorities on the ground and in a police helicopter searched for the vehicle. It was recovered within 30 minutes near Bingham and Loudon streets in Feltonville. The woman was taken into custody.

A bus driver shortage in one South Jersey school district has forced the district to adjust dismissal times for the high school and middle school. Glassboro School District in Gloucester County sent a letter home on Friday, 9/10, informing parents that students will be dismissed 45 minutes early each day. They are understaffed eight bus drivers this year. There will be a special Board of Education meeting on Monday, September 20 at 6 p.m. at the high school to discuss the transportation problems.

"Beginning Monday, we are altering the regular dismissal times for GIS and GHS to tackle transportation delays and ensure that the older students are released prior to their younger siblings. GIS will now dismiss at 1:27 p.m. each day, and GHS will dismiss at 1:40 p.m. Rodgers, Bullock, and Bowe will dismiss at their regular times," superintendent Dr. Mark Silverstein said.

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