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Hatfield Police Seek Help In Identifying Robbery Suspects

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HATFIELD TOWNSHIP, Pa. -

There is a $10,000 reward offered for information leading to the arrest of several suspects who robbed a man in Hatfield at gunpoint. The reward is being offered by the Philadelphia Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Explosives (ATF). They are conducting the investigation in conjunction with the Hatfield Township Police.

According to investigators, the victim was exiting his car in the driveway on November 7, at around 6:18 on the 1400 block of Leas Way, when he was approached by several individuals who held him at gunpoint. Police say that the suspects then forced the victim into his residence and took personal items and several firearms.

Investigators say that the suspects then fled in the victim's silver 2003 BMW 525i station wagon. The vehicle was later found on the 7900 block of Cedar Brook Avenue in Philadelphia.

The suspects should be considered armed and dangerous. The Hatfield Township Police are also requesting the public's assistance with locating the BMW. Anyone with information on the location of this BMW or has information on this crime is asked to contact the Hatfield Township Police Department Detective Division #215-855-0903 or through PoliceTips@hatfield-township.org. Anyone having information about the incident can also contact the ATF Hotline at 1-800-ATF-GUNS (1-800-283-4867) or email: ATFTips@atf.gov.

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