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Pennsylvania Police
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Wednesday, May 8, 2013  7:05 a.m.

 

Police in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania are seeking assistance from New Jersey law enforcement in identifying a subject they have reason to believe is from New Jersey.

At this point it appears they are only trying to identify the subject, and no warrants have been issued as of yet.

From Bloomutoday.com:

The Bloomsburg Police Department is attempting to identify the subject seen in these photo's in relationship to damage that was done to one of our Tactical Police Vehicles. This subject threw a large rock at the rear of one of our vehicle's and caused a significant amount of damage.

Any information relative to the identity of the individual would be greatly appreciated and could be forwarded to Ptlm. Matthew Golla of the Bloomsburg Police Department at (570)784-6300 or (570)784-4155 ext. 164

The incident occurred last month during an annual block party for Bloomsburg, University.

 

 

 

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