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12:30. police in delaware county are hoping surveillance photos of a murder suspect will lead to the gunman who killed a man at random. shooting in paradise an american lawyer is shot staying at a private villa on vacation. president trump's former homeland security secretary is now his chief of staff. there's a five thousand dollars reward to catch a man suspected of murder in delaware county. police believe the shooting was done at random. they hope surveillance camera picture will lead to an arrest. john rawlins is live outside in haverford township with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: police are asking for the public's help in this looking for a name or other information leading to the gunman who killed john le of narberth on saturday. he just landed a new job as an accountant. >> 6:10 we got multiple 911
calls shots fired ascertain someone -- and someone down. >> reporter: saturday, john le was playing tennis and stops in a pizza and heading to a friend's apartment. >> we don't know what transpired, it was there a confrontation, was it a robbery. we don't know that. >> his phone is missing. >> when we look at the video appears that the cell phone is in the shooter's hand when he is running away. later comes news 45 minutes before his killing there was an altercation in the overbrook section of philadelphia. neighbors confronted a man case ago house. >> my question was why were you looking at my house, the shooter
shoots multiple times at them. >> reporter: later this morning, authorities announce they are offering a reward for the haverford shooter. delaware district attorney and the haverford police are offering a $5,000 reward for the arrest and conviction of the shooter of john le. >> reporter: police released an enhanced image of the gunman and side view to give you a better look at his face. if you think you know the man or have information about him, make a tip to the citizens crime commission, 215-546-tips. that's 215-546-tips. live in haverford township, john rawlins channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. a 17-year-old girl sitting in the live room of a home in feltonville was shot in the chest by a stray bullet. philadelphia police say it happened around midnight along b
street. the victim was rushed to the hospital and released. an off duty officer said he saw 6 men standing outside the home before the shooting. she exchanged word and some of the men went into the home and came out with guns and came out shooting. s.w.a.t team surrounded the property with the thought that the gunmen were inside, but they got away. three row homes in philadelphia caught fire, and nobody was hurt fortunately. this is along the 5300 block of horrorric street. fire crews are on the scene searching for a cause. accuweather says the nice weather will continue for a few more days. the sun is shining it's not too hot and it is dry. as we look live outside, sky6 live hd showing you a pretty picture in chester in the talen energy stadium. the humidity creeps back in later this week as we head into august. get out now and enjoy the cooler
conditions. meteorologist david murphy outside on the terrace with the details. david. >> reporter: rick, we have bright sunshine and a few clouds around right now. satellite reinforcing that image. if you look at this, looks like the graphic is broken. there you see it, cover by harrisburg and falling a part. look for bright sunshine the rest of the way. temperatures are warm, 82 in philadelphia. 85 in wilmington, mid 80s as far north as allentown and reading, the low 80s in trenton, and beach haven and the boardwalk in atlantic city, 78 in cape may. dewpoints not too bad. in the middle of the region we have 50s which is not humid. even not spots creeping up to the mid 60s that's moderate humidity. a day similar to yesterday, not as breezy, a little bit more humid down by dover, delaware and cape may. maybe it's the afternoon you'll get the lawn cut, maybe. if you do, be sure to remember the sunscreen and cool drinks.
85 degrees by 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m., 86 degrees. later on in the evening, the temperatures will dip a little bit. we'll get down to the 87 at 6:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m., 85. 10:00 p.m., 79. it will not be all that humid later today and this evening. that may change a tad tomorrow, but tomorrow is looking good. there's a long range change with the return of higher heat and humidity. i'll detail that in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. for now, cool drinks and sunscreen and you're ready to go, friend. >> a 42-year-old man was shot on the front steps of his home in north philadelphia. the police rushed in and found the man shot in the head and the bicep and calf. no arrests have been made. three men and two juveniles have been arrested in new castle
county for robbery. they were charged with committing the crimes in the meadow woods communities, the burglaries were reported overnight july 25th. they identified fults as the suspect first and that led to the four other arrests. north korea's most powerful missile test. the u.s. military flexes its muscle. president trump spoke on the phone with scrap's prime minister about the escalating tensions with north korea. elizabeth hur has the details. the leaders of japan and u.s. fully agree they have to take further action after the latest icbm missile tell us. north korea launching their second icbm in the past month has experts soundings the alarm
about pole --ngyang being able to strike anywhere in the u.s. north korea launched 2300 miles into space. according to experts they could angle the missile to travel as far as washington, d.c. or new york. >> any military action we take would trigger a war unlike anything we've seen since world war ii. >> reporter: in a show of force, u.s. bombers flew over the korean peninsula and tested the thadd intercept system.
>> reporter: president trump is blaming china and issued a warning this will no longer continue. abc news new york. in washington, president trump has sworn in new chief of staff general john kelly. >> we have a fantastic leader, chief of staff, he will do a really great job. >> president trump touted kelly this morning following the private swearing in. general kelly previously served as the department of homeland security secretary. he is hoping that kelly adds military order to the white house. the president denies there is chaos despite several shakeups including the recent resignation of reince priebus as chief of staff. an american tourist staying in a private villa in turks and caicos was shot when two intruders came into the room. an 8-year-old is getting recognition for the quick thinking to save his little
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recovering after a van plowed into a crowd in los angeles. the driver allegedly swerved to avoid another vehicle and jumped the curb and hit several pedestrians outside a restaurant. the driver was arrested for hit-and-run. witnesses caught up with the driver a block away and held him until police arrived. now to the latest on american tourist shot on vacation in turks and caicos. the washington, d.c. attorney is recovering. he is not the first american shot there this summer. >> reporter: another american tourist targeted and shot in turks and caicos a prominent washington, d.c. lawyer and georgetown professor, staying at this private villa. 57 michael jones and his family returning to the their lavish beachfront property. two men made their way into the
property after 10:00 p.m. even the security guard couldn't stop them. jones confronting the intruders, but was shot, the men getting away with a laptop. >> the shot was discharged. >> reporter: it happened before, 9 governor citing an increased incidents of violent crimes. there were 20 robberies last year, most with guns. kevin noon unanimous from alabama -- noonen almost died after being shot near his resort. he lost a kidney. he said my family and i are recovering and not live our lives in fear. private home rental sites are becoming the most popular,
by all account the latest victim jones did everything right, the villa had an alarm system and of course, that security guard. >> we have to remember that a security guard is different in the u.s., you have to go in with a an open set of eyes being vigilance lent than what you're saying overseas, locking doors, making sure sure when you do travel you don't look flashy. >> if you're at a hotel or resort, don't let anyone in your room, a criminal could be posing as a housekeeper. call the front desk first and make sure they are legitimate. >> in new hampshire a young boy helped save his sister when their home caught fire. flames broke out last week, his father grabbed a fire extinguisher and told his son to call 911. he did more than that, he grabbed his baby sister and carried her to the oak tree in
the front yard. >> he dialed and i took the phone and carried my baby sister out. >> harry has her like that in one hands and the phone in the other and he was chatting to 911. >> apparently the tree was a designated meeting spot that the family practiced using as part of the fire safety plan. the fire department made harrison an honorary firefighter and praised the family for practicing the fire safety plan. jay what is it buddy? what is it? isn't that weird? >> this is veed of -- video of a young boy hearing his parents' voices for the first time in atlanta, georgia. the sun was fitted with hearing aid this was the very if i think he could hear. >> still ahead on "action news" 12:30 another check of the forecast as we look live outside, sky6 live hd showing you spring mountain in montgomery county.
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>> taiwan's central weather bureau lifted the sea landing after the typhoon left. residents are atold to be alert for possible landslides and flooding. back here, meteorologist david murphy with a closer look at a very nice accuweather forecast. >> reporter: no kidding it wasn't that long ago we were talking about flash flood advisories and things like that. yesterday things cleared out and today it's more of the same. no rain on storm tracker 6 live double scan. we have penns landing lit up nice arena bright, there's the ben franklin bridge.
there's clouds out there but not many. 82 degrees is the current temperature, the dewpoint is holding at 59. some of the suburbs have dewpoints numbers over 60. that's when you start talking about humid air. winds out of the south light at 6 miles per hour. ocean temperature, 76 degrees, dewpoints across the region. pretty comfortable. 56 in wilmington, 59 in philadelphia, of course the 50s are not humid at all. ones you get into the low to mid 60s moderately humid, so a good pattern continuing across the region. i know you see the lack of cloud cover, but there's some popping up south of pittsburgh, but we'll maintain mostly sunny skies. high temperatures even across the region, allentown to millville, upper 80s. boardwalk in atlantic city. 8 on the nose and 80 in cape may, as well. one thing about the beach today, even though it's good looking and feels good, you want to stay
near the lifeguards there's a moderate risk of rip currents. you don't want to go in the water especially where the guards are not there. 87 degrees by 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m., 89. another 87 by 6:00 p.m. even numbers from here on out. 10:00 p.m., 79 degrees, low humidity and looks like there will be a fair amount of stars out tonight. tomorrow, a little bit hotter high of 91. maybe a bit more humid, but not too bad and still failure sunny. there's a -- fairly sunny. there's a slight chance of a pop up thundershower around in the poconos and harrisburg. tropical storm emily has popped up this morning to the west side of florida below tampa. looks like it will degenerate into an area of low pressure and tropical storm. it will be off the east coast, after that it's so far off to sea the east coast doesn't have
to worry about it. the model is showing 2 1/2 inches on top of what's falling. some areas on the western side of florida may go up to 4 to 8 inches. that will go through florida quickly. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 89 is the high. around here no problems, sunny and not all that humid. tomorrow, hot and bit more humid not a bad summer afternoon as we ring in august, 91 is the high there. wednesday, hot and sticky, 92 the high, better chance of a spotty thunderstorm. 89 thursday, 87 friday, again a few spotty afternoon thunderstorms possible both of those days. we get into the coming weekend on saturday that's when the cold front comes through there will be a period of day maybe 3 or 4 hours long there will be showers and thunderstorms around. we hope to kick that out in time for the saturday night plans, especially if you're heading to the union game. sunday, low humidity and 85. >> topping the people scene at noon, actress angelina jolie is
back in the headlines fighting claims that cambodian children auditioning for her latest film. according to a story, casting directors put money in front of poor children and took it away to provoke reaction. she wrote and directed first they killed my father, jolie said the children were aware it was improve. despite resistance from the royal family, a british tv will broadcast recordings from the 1990s of princess diana. some were seen in the u.s. in 2004, but never aired in britain. la la land is coming to the
man exterior for the performing arts. david murphy has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: la la land danced its way into the hearts of moviegoers nationwide and now you can enjoy the film with the chamber orchestra of philadelphia playing the oscar award winning score live. the season finale of movies at the mann with ryan gosling and emma stone singing and stepping their way through a tale of romance and idea and no nostalgia. it's a charming love story about a man who wants to make his career in music and his girlfriend who wants to make her life in theater. it is an american music brought back to life. >> chamber orchestra will take to the stage playing in sync with the film. >> this will be a full orchestra on stage you will get the feeling of what the or which
he correspond which he orchestration. >> the award winning song won the best music. you can pack a picnic and spread out a blanket and enjoy the movie and live music under the stars. >> you love la la lands, you will love it at the mann. it's the perfect way to bring the summer to a happy close. >> reporter: la la lands is played live at the mann center one night only august 17. for 6abc loves the arts i'm david murphy. poor mouth breather.
forward one haircut at a time. he gives free haircuts to the homeless once a month because he persevered through his only struggles. >> i have experienced moments of being left out, not being able to provide for myself or my family. if anyone is experiencing when they feel that's there are story, i basically want to let them know there's hopefully'. >> he said the san antonio barber did the same thing for him when he was down on his luck. now he is giving someone else whose homeless a chance to turn their life around. nice story. david murphy is back with a final check of the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: it's warm and nice, a lot of sunshine up in the upper 80s in the northern and western suburbs not all that humid and comfortable in corrid. we're pushing up close to 90 in
spots. down the shore, highs around 80. in the water we have the moderate risk of rip currents today. >> have a nice afternoon. and you too. that will do it for "action news" at noon, don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m. for david murphy, sarah bloomquist, the entire "action news" team, i'm rick williams. get out and enjoy the weather. see you later.
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