Offbeat Police press manhunt after 2 cops shot in Pittsburgh suburb

10:25  13 june  2018
10:25  13 june  2018 Source:

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NEW YORK -- A manhunt was under way Tuesday for at least two suspects who shot and The organization COP SHOT , Citizens Outraged at Police Being Shot , has offered a ,000 reward leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspects. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

A manhunt was launched late Friday for man suspected of shooting a cop . New Kensington police chief Jim Klein said in a late night press conference that Shaw had been Police found Shaw when they responded to a ' shots fired' call after he'd initially radioed in to say he was stopping a suspect.

Police were searching for whoever shot two officefrs late on June 12, 2018 in North Braddock township, a suburb east of Pittsburgh: cop-shot-outside-pittsburgh-061218.jpg © CBS Pittsburgh cop-shot-outside-pittsburgh-061218.jpg

Authorities were trying to track down the person who shot two police officers late Tuesday night in North Braddock, a suburb east of Pittsburgh, reports CBS Pittsburgh.

The officer reportedly were only grazed by the bullets:

Police set up a roadblock in the area of the shooting and were checking every vehicle that came by.

A SWAT team also responded and was seen going into a home at around 2:30 a.m. An Allegheny County Bomb Squad truck was also spotted in the vicinity.

Police were going door-to-door, checking on the people who live in the neighborhood.

Officers remained on the scene well after midnight and into the early morning hours of Wednesday, CBS Pittsburgh says.

Teen shot dead by police wrote now-haunting poem about violence .
In it, Antwon Rose Jr. said in one line, "I see mothers bury their sons; I want my mom to never feel that pain."PITTSBURGH -- During a downtown rally Thursday for Antwon Rose Jr., the teen killed by East Pittsburgh police late Tuesday, a poem written by Antwon was read, reports CBS Pittsburgh.

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