Sunday, November 20, 2022
Sunday, November 20, 2022

    Chester County killer dies while rushing back to crime scene

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    Batty Bruce Rogal of Glen Moore, Chester County, unsuccessfully shot at his ex-wife six times Wednesday night before driving to his elderly parent’s nursing home and mercilessly murdering them, could report.

    The shootings were followed by a massive manhunt, sending federal, state and local authorities scouring to track down the demented gunman. The coward shot and killed himself while rushing back to the scene of the crime to finish off his ex-wife, sources tell

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    The mischievous miscreant realized his ex-wife who he shot at six times did not die, so he turned his minivan around after being on the run for a number of hours to finish her off. She was not harmed. was first to report that the coward died after a pursuit in Chester County at approximately 1:15 a.m. Thursday.

    Hours after the initial report, Chester County District Attorney Tom Hogan stated “The manhunt is over. The suspect is dead.”

    The buffoon was spotted by cops after speeding past the Pennsylvania State Police Embreeville Barracks shortly before 1 a.m. in his silver minivan.

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    Police pursued the killer who crashed into his ex-wife’s home and opened fire on cops before offing himself.

    Police returned fire but it’s unclear if they struck the maniac.

    “He led police on a chase,” Hogan told “State Police were then joined by SWAT team members.”

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