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hides the money in his shirt, the guy hits him and go right for the shirt to take the money, we started looking at the videos in these banks and we retrieved these and went through the hours of video. >> the men sought are driving a silver malibu or a white smaller import. they are targeting the elderly from bustleton to may fair. police really need the public's help in identifying these culprits. if you recognize the men, are you asked to call 215-686-tips. i'm dann cuellar, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. philadelphia police also searching for the teenager that ran into this chinese restaurant and dropped an explosive in the wall and took off. that explosive detonated and caused damage and fortunately no
injuries, it happened at the oriental kitchen in francisville. investigators say that the explosive was a high powered an ws"bl oo te stry cog up cojsey, a himo atmeasant. dscriencounters ment saying the alleged incident has to relation with parrish. national guard troops will soon begin withdrawing from ferguson, missouri, that order came from the state's governor today. there was relative calm there, no fires and no shootings, just six arrests. there are 163 arrests there since police fatally shot
michael brown on august 9th, eric holder met with the residents of ferguson yesterday. >> wanted the people of ferguson know that i personally understand the mistrust and i wanted them to know that while so much else is nc, this attorney general and this department of justice stand with the people of ferguson. >> a grand jury began determining evidence to determine if the man that shot brown will face charges for the incident. now a check of the "action news" traffic report thursday night. lets go to matt pellman, and checkup on things tonight. we'll gear up for the birds game and we are not flying on the way fro tviet extrhe northboundnotoo barosspoint bril ilaaty, because thrket fran
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in other health news, the government is making new news to reduce pain killer abuse, tight being prescription rules. opiates will be classified as riskier drugs and doctor cannot call in prescription or get refills, in pharmacies the drugs will be kept in a special vault, some doctors say that this will make managing pain more difficult but abuse of these drugs now takes the lives of more americans than heroin and cocaine combined. those are the reasons for these stricter rules. >> thank you ali, some university freshman spent time giving back at widener university. it was their third annual servcey, there s chesteran crozier mdical r, a