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Pennsylvania Police Issue Challenge to "Dead Cop" Sign Maker

June 07, 2016  | 

Someone posted this sign in Falls Township, PA. (Photo: Falls Township PD)
Someone posted this sign in Falls Township, PA. (Photo: Falls Township PD)

Authorities in Bucks County, PA, have issued a challenge to the person who made an anti-police sign and posted it near a Falls Township business.

A photo of the sign was sent to WPVI TV by the Falls Township Police Department. It reads, "Only good cop is a dead cop."

According to Falls Township Police Lt. Henry Ward, the sign was found at 6 a.m. Monday hanging along Lincoln Highway near Pennsbury Manufacturing.

In a statement Monday night, Ward challenged the person or persons to stop in at the police department and speak to the officers.

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kojack58 @ 6/9/2016 1:18 PM

Shucks just let him stop outside and show his face and calmly ask him if he needs some psychiatric help, because it sure sounds like he needs it.

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