Police identify suspect after 3 dead in multiple shootings in Levittown, Bucks Co. – NBC Philadelphia (41)

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Update: Police have named a suspect in Saturday morning’s shootings in Bucks County.

Police provided an update after several people were shot in separate incidents in Levittown, Bucks County, Saturday morning.

According to police, officials are searching for Andre Gordon, 26, after three people were shot and killed, beginning with an incident that occurred around 8:52 a.m. Saturday morning along the block on Viewpoint Lane in Levittown.

He was believed to be driving a dark gray 2016 Honda CRV, with Pennsylvania license plate KFR 1534 and a sticker that read ‘Namaste’ in white letters on the right side of the rear bumper, police said.

Authorities said the vehicle was recovered, however, as of noon Saturday, Gordon remained at large.

According to police, the violence began Saturday morning when Gordon is believed to have shot and killed two people who lived in a home along that block.

After that shooting, police said, at approximately 9:01 a.m., Gordon is believed to have killed another person in the unit block of Edgewood Lane in Levittown.

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Then, around 9:13 a.m., police believe Gordon committed a carjacking at gunpoint in the parking lot of the Dollar General on Bristol Pike in Morrisville.

However, authorities said, the operator of the vehicle did not suffer any injuries in this robbery.

Police said they believe Gordon knew all of the victims except the carjacking victim.

Authorities also said Gordon is believed to be currently homeless and has ties to the Trenton, New Jersey area.

Law enforcement officials described Gordon as approximately six feet one inch tall, with a thin build and was last observed wearing a dark hoodie.

Police believe he is in possession of an assault rifle that he used to commit these crimes.

It is also believed that Gordon may be in possession of additional weapons, authorities said.

Law enforcement officials said Gordon is extremely dangerous and anyone who sees him or the vehicle should contact 911 immediately.

Anyone with information about Gordon is asked to call 911 or (215) 328-8501.

By noon, Bucks County police said law enforcement officers had recovered the vehicle. However, Gordon is still at large.

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Police in Falls Township, Bucks County, issued a shelter-in-place warning Saturday morning after reports that several people had been shot.

Police officials have not yet detailed how many victims there may be or the extent of the victims’ injuries with NBC10.

On social media, state Rep. Steve Santarsiero (D-10th District) said the county’s St. Patrick’s Day parade, scheduled for Saturday morning, was canceled due to the emergency situation.

According to State Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-1st District), the incident involved a carjacking and shooting in two parts of Falls Township.

On social media around 10 a.m., the Middletown Township Police Department confirmed there was a shooting and told people not to travel to Falls Township on Saturday morning.

Police said officials have ordered Oxford Valley Mall and Sesame Place Philadelphia to close until further notice.

According to police, there are several shooting victims, although police have not yet detailed where the shooting occurred, and said it is unclear whether the shooting was targeted or random.

“This is a fluid situation and we are asking the community to take some precautions. DO NOT travel to Falls Township until further notice. If you live in areas bordering Falls, you should shelter in place until further notice,” police officials said online. .

Additionally, police said a Target store in Langhorne closed due to the shooting.

This is breaking news. Will be updated as new information becomes available.



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