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Police: Wawa offering $5,000 reward after armed robberies in Philadelphia neighborhoods

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Wawa offering reward after robberies.  PHILADELPHIA - Wawa is taking action in the search for an armed robber in Philadelphia.Police say the man in his 50s stole $250 from a Wawa on Castor Avenue on September 8.Just three days later, the same suspect reportedly stop;e $200 from a different Wawa on Roosevelt Boulevard.MORE HEADLINES:Police say he was armed with a handgun during both robberies.A $,5000 is being offered by Wawa for any information leading to the suspect's arrest..

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