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Thursday, February 21, 2013



Wellsboro Gazette Exclusive: Wellsboro, PA,

According to Wellsboro Chief of Police, Jim Bodine, the alleged robber of the Wellsboro CVS store on Monday, February 18, 2013 has been taken into custody. A witness identified the vehicle used by the perpetrator after viewing the surveillance video posted by the Wellsboro Gazette. 

Currently in connection with this robbery, Christopher McCormick of Tioga, Pennsylvania, age 34, is being detained at the Tioga County Jail. The investigation is still ongoing as details are still emerging.  Read more...

 Media aided robber's capture
Click for Update From Wellsboro Gazette

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Wow, what a great eye one must have. All I saw was the picture from the inside of the store. So glad he has been arrested, as there was fear everywhere.