Police say money was taken from the business before the suspects sped off in a car, leading police on a chase that ended in nearby Falls Township.
The female half of the couple, that led police in Camden and Philadelphia on a wild and dangerous ride in March, has been sentenced to prison.
Three people are under arrest following a police chase across two states Tuesday night.
A man has been arrested after authorities say he led officers from half a dozen police agencies on a car chase from Delaware into Maryland.
A Lehigh Valley woman admits she was on a three-day drug binge when she took part in a police chase that involved a pair of stolen cruisers.
Two alleged copper thieves were arrested in Delaware following a police chase.
Authorities say a southern New Jersey police officer is recovering from injuries suffered when he was dragged about 250 feet by a pickup truck driven by a man who later led officers on a high-speed chase through several towns.
A driver trying to evade police crashes and damages a number of cars in the city’s Port Richmond neighborhood.
Officials say three people were hospitalized after a police chase in Delaware.
A northeast Pennsylvania couple on a three-day drug binge talked of quitting drugs but agreed to go out with a bang—allegedly stealing two police cruisers in two states.
One suspect is in custody and two remain on the loose after a police chase that started in Montgomery County and ended in Philadelphia early Tuesday morning.
Nineteen-year-old Randy Gordon, a delivery man for Del Rossi’s Cheesesteak Co., believes 23-year-old Shayna Sykes stole his 2005 Altima.
Charges have been filed against the couple that took police on a wild chase involving two stolen police cars in two separate states.
Chris discusses the President’s declining popularity, emails sent to federal agencies instructing sequester cuts to be as harsh as possible and the struggles of the Flyers and Sixers. He talks to CBS 3’s Ben Simoneau about the couple who stole two police cars yesterday, Brett Mandel, who is running for City Controller, and Bob Huber, author of the article, Being White in Philadelphia.
“I saw the police officer lying on the ground. There was another police officer trying to comfort him. I think everyone was in shock,” recalled Rick Punihaole, of Pennsauken.