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Manhunt underway in Delaware County for man suspected of shooting parents

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Police in Delaware County are on the hunt for a man suspected of shooting his parents leaving one dead Thursday night, yc.news could confirm. The incident unfolded on the 400 block of Iroquois Street in Tinicum Township at approximately 8:45 p.m. when police responded to reports of a female gunshot victim.

“I got a text from my friend saying that his neighbor was shot,” a neighbor told yc.news. “He said Hank and Donna were shot. He told police he heard a number of shots.”

Delaware County Medical Examiner arriving on the scene of a homicide in Tinicum, Delaware County. (yc.news photo/exclusive)
Delaware County Medical Examiner arriving on the scene of a homicide in Tinicum, Delaware County. (yc.news photo/exclusive)

According to the neighbor, the suspect shot his father several times in the upper body.

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One victim was pronounced dead on the scene and the second is being treated in a nearby hospital in unknown condition.

This marks the second twisted son to kill his parents in the Philadelphia suburban area in two weeks. Just ten days ago, Bruce Rogal mercilessly shot and killed his elderly parents at their nursing home facility.

We broke the news, a crazed gunman shot his parents early Thursday night in Tinicum, Delaware County.

The crazed gunman is at large and considered armed and dangerous. If seen call 911.

Police in Delaware County are on the hunt for a man suspected of shooting parents, killing one. (yc.news photo/exclusive)
Police in Delaware County are on the hunt for a man suspected of shooting parents, killing one. (yc.news photo/exclusive)

This is a developing story.

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