Philadelphia police are investigating an alleged plot to attack Convention Center where votes are being counted, according to a report

Philadelphia police are investigating an alleged plot to attack Convention Center where votes are being counted, according to a report

6 Nov    Finance News
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Supporters of US President Donald Trump protests outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center on November 5, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Pennsylvania continues to count votes from the November 3 election. KENA BETANCUR/AFP via Getty Images
  • Philadelphia police are investigating allegations that an armed group may have been planning to attack the center-city location where ballots are being tallied, the local station WPVI reported Thursday night.

  • Ballots are being counted at the Convention Center.

  • The Philadelphia Police Department did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

Philadelphia police are investigating allegations that an armed group may have been planning to attack the center-city location where ballots are being tallied, the local station WPVI reported Thursday night.

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According to WPVI, police received a tip that a group, “possibly a family,” drove up from Virginia in a Hummer “to unleash an attack at the Convention Center.”

Police arrested one man, though it is not clear if the man detained was part of the group.

The Philadelphia Police Department did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment. But the department told WPVI that it had recovered both a weapon and a Hummer.

This story is developing.

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