Philadelphia Police and the FBI are searching for a suspect who threatened employees with a “bomb” in order to rob a Center City bank.
Police are investigating a robbery at a Rite Aid in Hatfield Township in which a female threatened a cashier stating she had a bomb attached to her.
Only Eyewitness News caught up with the suspect, 30-year-old Thomas Piscione’s parents who declined to comment but asked that we don’t jump to conclusions. They called the allegations, a possible misunderstanding.
Police believe a suspicious vest that was detonated after a New Jersey thrift store owner thought it resembled a bomb was actually a movie prop.
Chris reviews President Obama and Hillary Clinton’s interview on 60 minutes, LeSean McCoy’s Twitter battle with the mother of his child, and a professor from Arizona who claimed he had explosives on Independence Mall. He talks to Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup, Renee Amoore about the Republican winter meeting, and gun rights activist Larry Ward.
The revelation shows how the CIA was able to get its hands on a sophisticated underwear bomb well before an attack was set in motion.