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morning. just half hour after it did, security cameras captured this. >> two males entered the store brandishing one what we believe to be a 9-millimeter handgun. >> reporter: they were there to rob the bank. video clearly showing one of them pointing the gun at the tellers as police say he demanded they hand over money in their drawers. in this still frame that shows an employee cooperating hands in the air. police say that the robber then placed his gun against the tell's neck as he demand more cash. soon after it started, it was over. the suspects tried to cover their tracks. >> placed all of the stash in the rear of the store in a safe area and then flee down a local street. >> reporter: police do have reason to be hopeful the pair will be caught. they say distinct cart rift ticks will help showing our cameras photos of the shoes they were wearing and say it's likely someone saw them before they committed their crime. >> they were in the area casing the bank or watching the bank and we would like any residents or travelers through
the area to please call us. >> reporter: and as is customary with most bank robberies officials did not release exactly how much money was taken in this crime. one figure they did throw out there, however, $7,500. that is the standing reward for any information that leads to an arrest and a conviction of these two suspects. we're in radnor township, matt rivers, cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> also new tonight, firefighters battle a major building fire in westville gloucester county. "eyewitness news" at edgewater avenue and deadline drive. heavy flames were shooting out of the two-story mars graphic services building when the firefighters arrived. authorities say the building is vacant and the cause of this blaze is still under investigation. a barber slop and a apartment catch fire in north philadelphia. iwitness cameras at 22nd and west lippincott where firefighters quickly got the upper hand at on the fire at the heads turn barbershop. a man is found shot dead
inside a car in north philadelphia overnight. police responding to the report of a person with gun arrived on the scene at 25th and nicholas street to find the man dead inside a car. also, a woman shot in the leg. she's in stable condition. no word on suspects or a motive at this time. and it took new jersey state police less than 24 hours to track down the suspect in a murder in woodbine, cape may county. investigators say this man 20-year-old xavier geisinger shot and called damian geshaw. he's charged with murder and related offenses and is being held in cape may county jail. delaware state police are searching for this man, 47-year-old john fulton. they say he's a homeless sex offender who failed to register his homeless status as required bylaw. if you have any information about his whereabouts please contact police right away. and a very scary wakeup
call for a woman in point breeze. the woman tells police she heard someone open her hall closet so she vest gayd and found two masked men, one with a gun. she told police she was forced into a bedroom as the men ransacked the house asking her where to find the money and the drugs. they left with a black bag. police are still investigating the rain has cleared out finally and people are out enjoying the cooler air tonight. iwitness cameras at broad and spruce street where people were out and about at the theater restaurants and bars. let's see if tomorrow is going to be even better. we hope so. meteorologist justin drabick is live on the sky deck with the first check. better news tomorrow, justin. >> i promise natasha it will be a lot better. sunshine will be back out. temperatures will be on the cool side for this time of year. you see a lot of people wearing coats in that video. we're getting close to the 40's here 19 center city but still a few clouds over the region but it's breaking up
nicely. we'll see clearing skies from west to east. look at allentown where we have clearer skies. 43 degrees this hour, still hanging onto 51 in wilmington and philadelphia. lower 50's in south jersey right now. quakertown getting close to the upper 30's. 49 in northeast philadelphia and mount holly new jersey also can checking in at 49. there's going to be some 30's tonight up in the mountains. a frost advisory goes into effect at 4:00 a.m. for carbon and monroe county. wherever are you in the delaware valley a chilly start to your sunday. mid 40's in philadelphia, 30's in the coldest suburbs. not a bad day, though. we rebound nicely to the mid 60's for sunday for philadelphia t 50's in the mountains. we'll talk about a warmup and more showers in the seven day. that's coming up in a few minutes. natasha. >> we'll see you soon justin thank you. beginning today travelers from several west african nations are facing tougher screening to help prevent the spread of eastbound l u.s.
customs and health officials are taking temperatures of passengers arriving at new york's j.f.k. and four other airports. the disease has already now killed more than 4,000 people according to the world health organization. there are now more than 8,000 confirmed probable and suspected cases of ebola. cbs news correspondent don champion has more. >> reporter: passengers arriving from liberia, sierra leone and guinea through new york's kennedy international airport will face more detailed scrutiny after landing. >> the expanded screening measures provide this layer of protection to the already established protocols to minimize the risk of another case of ebola here in the united states. >> reporter: they are now required to have their temperatures taken with no touch thermometers and will also have to answer questions from the centers for disease control. if a traveler has a fever or has had contact with an ebola patient, they will be taken aside. >> then our on site quarantine officer will respond in person and do a detailed interview of
that individual, make a risk assessment, take additional action as necessary. >> reporter: the cdc says about 150 people a day enter the u.s. from west african countries where ebola is spreading. nearly all of them fly into j.f.k. and the four other airports where enhanced screenings will be done. travelers give the new program mixed reviews. >> there will also be people who develop these symptoms later and they're not going to have the fever in the plane. >> i feel that, you know, pretty comfortable that we've been through other outbreaks and we'll be able to get through this one. >> reporter: officials say passengers who have fevers or symptoms will be quarantined at a local hospital n new york, don champion for cbs3 "eyewitness news". >> philadelphia groups are joining the worldwide effort to help ebola victims in west africa. eynon tabernacle church is hosting the heart for liberia service day in germantown this weekend. "eyewitness news" reporter steve patterson has the details. >> this is the stuff of the
church. often, we want to cover the other stuff. this is church. we'll gather together to worship but today and be the church. this is the day we're doing church. >> reporter: eynon on a mission. dozens of people taking action. >> if someone can do something about this. >> reporter: senior pastor allen waller says the saturday game plan is simple, find need collect supplies get it shipped between 48 hours become a direct agent in the fight against eastbound l they'll end up with more than 200 boxes. >> everything you see on the news is true but it's a thousand times worse. >> reporter: it is action that directly impacts church member margaret crawford who is from liberia. >> i have family there and we're trying to get a visa to allow them to come to the united states for a few months. >> reporter: saturday's mission is direct aid through community action. saturday's sermon is community
action through faith. >> don't tell god how big ebola is, tell ebola how big god is. >> reporter: in north philadelphia, steve patterson, cbs3 "eyewitness news." >> well, in syria, isis fighters appear closer than ever to seizing the town of kaboni. fighters on the ground say isis now controls nearly half the town after overrunning the headquarters of kurdish security forces. u.s. warplanes launched 10 new strikes in syria and iraq late thursday and early friday. the strikes which are aimed at rolling back gains made by the terror group appear to have done little to blunt their onslaught which began last month. now, police say some kids called it hazing. coming up, why a new jersey high school football program has been shut down and seven players hauled away by police. also, some more trouble now for amanda bynes. find out what happened to her after an outrageous twitter rant. justin. >> well, the rain has stopped. will we stay dry for the rest of the weekend? we'll check
>> welcome back everyone. a new jersey high school football season is canceled and several members of its team are facing some very serious charges. they're accused of sex crimes in what school officials say was hazing in the locker room. reporter steve langford of our sister station w cbs has details. >> reporter: the pride of sayreville high, an empty field of nightmares as local police round up high school football stars charging them with sexual assault and more. the details of which are too graphic to report. >> i don't know what these kids were thinking. i mean, it sounds bad. hopefully it's not that bad but it just doesn't look good at all. >> reporter: four victims attacked separately by seniors inside the high school football locker room according to law enforcement during a 10 day period in late september. >> definitely not good news.
>> reporter: because the seven suspects are juveniles ranging in age from 15 to 17 years old, officials aren't even saying where or if the high school football players are being held. >> we've all done pranks in school but nothing to this level. >> reporter: the entire football season at sayreville high canceled for the year by the school district superintendent earlier this week as a criminal investigation began to unfold leading to the friday night roundup of seven players by local police. >> it's terrible, but pray for both sides. >> reporter: stay assemblymen john wisniewski represents the sayreville area. >> they want to see this closed. they want to see those who are responsible held accountable. not just the students who are accused of doing this but where was the adult supervision? >> reporter: the entire town on edge other a scandal that's prompting a certain ambivalence among some. >> it's a shame 'cause they're kids. boys will be boys. >> reporter: boys who could be charged as adults n
sayreville, new jersey, steve langford. >> troubled actress amanda bynes has can checked into a treatment center in los angeles. that's according to reports from people magazine and tmz. the news comes just hours after bynes went on a twitter rant accusing her father of sexually, verbally and physically abusing her as a child. those tweets deleted. taylor swift is billboard magazine's 2014 woman of the year. she's been on the billboard hot 100, 60 times. she snagged seven grammys is that reportedly the best selling digital music artist of all time. this is taylor swift's second billboard woman of the year award. she's the first artist to receive that honor twice. can k-mart shoppers bad news. the latest company to confirm data breaches. k-mart says an undiddisclosed number of credit card numbers were stolen during a month long data breach of its
payment system. k-mart doesn't believe names or social security numbers were obtained by the hackers. the data theft is the latest of a string of breaches at big retailers. it does appear that the search is finally over for a little pomeranian dog stolen during a burglary in july. back now with its owner we're happy to report. they were reunited at a barbershop in the 1500 block of broad street today. "eyewitness news" in north philadelphia for that reunion. a barbershop employee purchased the dog from a student and contact the cora after hearing about her stolen dog. chi chi was taken from a home on west girard street during a burglary. cora is just happy to have her dog back. >> it was tough. i didn't know what to do. i had to lay low. i didn't know if the people that had her were mad enough to hurt her. i didn't know if she was been taken care of or things like that. i knew i would get her back.
>> chi chi was not harmed by the burglars but they're still on the loose, those suspects. a celebration in philadelphia to mark an important milestone. it's the 50th anniversary of philadelphia's sister cities relationship with florence italy. a special ceremony was held at the italian market. mayor michael nutter joined the deputy mayor of florence to renew the sister cities agreement. calling all chocolate lovers. the academy of natural sciences is the place to be. chocolate the exhibition opened today at drexel university. the exhibit traces the origin of chocolate as a unique tropical rainforest plant to the sweet treat that we all enjoy today. chocolate the exhibition runs through january 24th. >> all right a-good saturday night everyone. hope you're enjoying your weekend. the good news is we're starting to dry things out as those clouds are breaking up nicely so get ready for sunshine to finish up the weekend across the delaware valley.
let's check out the rainfall we had today. almost a half inch in philadelphia, higher to the south and east. atlantic city coming in at .64-inches. a little west the farther north you go. just over a quarter inch in the lehigh valley report in there allentown. dry air mass continues to build in. you can see the clouds still lingering over central and eastern pennsylvania. they'll continue to move off to the east and southeast overnight so we'll go mostly clear by the time you wake up tomorrow morning but the change in the temperature really feeling it already, already from about two to 12 degrees colder right now than this time yesterday. so, that's a sign of that cool dry canadian air mass moving n low 40's in mount pocono and in allentown. the poconos will be under a frost advisory overnight as temperatures will drop into the 30's. there's that cold air up around the great lakes. low 40's in buffalo and cleveland that will be spilling southward through the overnight hours. nice fall foliage shaping up already in the poconos. we have high color reports and also moderate color around the lehigh valley. still on the low side for philadelphia and surrounding suburbs but give it another
week or so, should change rapidly. still tracking some tropics off the coast right now. this is tropical storm if any. wind at 70 miles per hour gusting to 85. it should pass pretty much close to bermuda over the next 24 hours but stay out over the open waters of the atlantic ocean eventually just absorb itself with a cold front so really no effects to the u.s. mainland. back home tomorrow enjoy the sunshine, mostly sunny skies, pleasant still cool for this time of year. clouds quickly move back in here tomorrow night and we'll start to see the chance for a few showers on monday afternoon. it will be mild on tuesday, still the threat for a couple of showers especially north and west of the city, but i think it's wednesday when we see a good shot for had some steadier showers. temperatures again struggling to get to the low 60's during the afternoon we should be in the upper 60's for average high this time of year. monday upper 60's to near 70's for the afternoon temperatures and it will be even warmer as we head towards tuesday. chilly overnight. 45 for center city, some 30's
in the suburbs. tomorrow a pleasant afternoon, mostly sunny with a high of 64 degrees. and of course tomorrow night big football game, giants come to town, 8:30 kickoff, 56 degrees. it will be cool but we'll keep it dry with just some clouds. here's the extended forecast. 68 with a couple showers possible monday. 78 on tuesday. some sunshine. could be a stray shower. better chance for showers on wednesday. drier conditions for the end of next week. we're in the low 70's next friday and saturday. stay with us. we'll be right
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looking to stay on top of the division and here are the giants arriving at the team hotel on a roll winning their last three games by an average of 35 points. they trail the birds by a game in the division and lots of bad blood between the two teams. you can expect this game to be very physical. >> they're on a roll, we're on a roll. it's just two division teams that got a lot of history, know each other pretty well. it will be a physical game. >> any time you face a division team, it's always important and, you know, they're playing good football. they're winning games, winning different ways. always talented, have good players and so we know we got to play our best football. >> we'll get you ready for the nfc east battle tomorrow at 11:30 on sunday kickoff. join sports director beasley reece and me and the 94 wip morning team to set the stage for the big game plus beasley will have his weekly chat with cbs3 contributor shady mccoy. flyers at the center taking on montreal. the orange and black still looking for that first win of
the season. the flyers wore their alternate uniform, the same one they used in the winter classic. first period flyers with the puck, claude giroux with the pass. flyers with a one-nothing lead. second period flyers on the power play wayne simmonds knocking home the rebound. three-nothing flyers. third period they fell apart. montreal would take advantage scoring three goals in seven minutes 35 seconds to tie up the game. we led into a shootout and in that shootout ray emery, he just can't make the save. flyers fall to zero and three for the third straight year, four-three the final. to college football, homecoming weekend for temple taking on tulsa. to the second quarter owls lining up for a field goal, nope, not according to the coach takes it in for the score. he takes a hit, throws it, it's complete to fitzpatrick for the 30-yard score. temple takes the lead for
guilty later a screen pass to thomas, gets a block. he's gone. temple moves to four and zero for the first time in four years. 35-28 the final. penn state visiting michigan playing in the first prime time big 10 game at the big house. nittany lions coming off a bye week and the win. christian hackenberg drops back and find deshawn hamilton making a nice catch. nittany lions take the lead. hackenberg sacked. the wolverines score a safety and beat penn state 18-13. villanova hosting rhode island and the wildcats taking the hand off. gone 31 yards and it's 23-nothing in the second. john robertson another fantastic game scores right here. villanova wins this one
easily, 44-21 for their fifth straight victory. they've scored 40 or more points in five consecutive games which is a school record. to soccer now, it is a must win for the union facing columbus at ppl park. they had two goal lead with 50 minutes left to play and the unthinkable happens. yes, three goals in 10 minutes. the crew ended the union's playoff hopes with a three-two win. we
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>> the liacouras center at temple university is glowing in pink. pink lights on buildings all across our area are a reminder for women to schedule a mammogram. october is breast cancer awareness month and cbs3 and the cw philly have teamed up once again with susan g. komen philadelphia for the lights for the cure campaign which is now in its 13th year. that's "eyewitness news" everyone. i'm natasha brown. for lesley, justin, all of us
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