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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Troopers Investigate Crash near Dagsboro Involving a Stolen Car

The bodies of two men who had been bound were found today dumped a Philadelphia river, while a third man who had been repeatedly stabbed narrowly escaped the abductors believed to be responsible for the double homicide, authorities said.

The survivor, a 20-year-old man, was taken off the street by four or five men early this morning and thrown into the back of a van, police said.

He was then stabbed about nine times, in the torso and legs, Philadelphia police said, and his hands were tied behind his back with duct tape and his ankles were bound as well. Duct tape was also placed over his mouth, and once in the van, he realized there were two other people in the van who had also been bound, police said.

All three were taken to the Schuylkill River in Fairmount Park, where they were thrown into the water, police said, noting that the two other people were tethered to some kind of weight and drowned in five to ten feet of water.



Anonymous said...

How is this tied into Dagsboro??

Anonymous said...

Wondering same thing, 'cause it appears to be a Philly problem, since comments are from Philly cop, it happened in Philly, the river is in PA not DE. But I could be wrong

Anonymous said...

If it is 11:49,Dagsboro is a happening place.I wasn't able to find any reference to Dagsboro other than the post heading.