Central States Violent Crime

SEPTA Transit Police Officer Stops Alleged Robber Caught on Camera

SEPTA Transit Police Officer Stops Alleged Robber Caught on Camera

Philadelphia – A SEPTA transit police officer stopped an attempted robbery on the Market Frankford Line in Kensington.

Lt. Michael Wright was patrolling a train approaching the Huntingdon station just before 8 p.m. Wednesday night when the incident happened.

As the doors of the train opened, police say Lt. Wright saw 33-year-old Zoilo Greo snatch a cell phone right out of a teen’s hand and run.


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