Police: Alleged cop killer's car found - Philadelphia News

September 24, 2008 9:24:34 AM PDT
Police have confirmed to Action News that they have what they believe is the car wanted in connection with the deadly shooting of a Philadelphia police officer. The Buick was towed out of a parking garage at 15th and Cecil B. Moore Avenue on Temple University's campus this morning. It was taken to the impound lot at 7900 Penrose Ferry Road.

This is the second car homicide detectives have recovered in the shooting death of 30-year-old Officer Patrick McDonald. The first car was recovered in Ridley, Delaware County late Tuesday night.

Police say they have also found the woman who was allegedly with the shooting suspect, 27-year-old Daniel Giddings before the shooting. That woman, Chanel P. Howard, was taken into custody for questioning.

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