Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Looters targeting former grounds of butcher billionaire duPont in Newtown Square

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Police in Newtown Sq., Pennsylvania are on the lookout for an alleged string of thefts taking place at the new Toll Brothers development.

Liseter — located on the former grounds of batty billionaire John duPont’s estate — who gunned down Olympic star Mark Schultz is the target of an apparent looting!

Just after 2:30 a.m. Sunday, Newtown Square Police conducted a traffic stop when they noticed a group of reporters traveling trough the massive 400 acre development.

yc.news obtained exclusive video of the altercation — when the officer asked if the driver knew why he was being stopped, the officer stated there’s been a “string of thefts” in the development.

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Luckily for the residents of the development, police are on the lookout stopping any and all vehicles who dare enter.

Homes on the massive grounds start at nearly $1 million.

Police did not reply to requests for comment on the incident, but the video clearly indicates there’s some covert thefts happening.

It’s unclear what the looters are targeting, but a source on the grounds believes it has to do with the demo homes.

“I had no idea,” one fearful resident of the multi-million dollar development told yc.news Sunday. “I’m happy the police are actively patrolling our community. It’s scary — it’s even scarier that we had no idea.”

The resident tells yc.news she plans on adding a security surveillance system. “You could never be too careful these days.”

Toll Brothers did not immediately reply to requests for comment.

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