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Coming up on News 7-
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Fire kills 23 children at a summer camp.
A boy's long journey to find his father draws national attention- but tonight we learn he made the whole thing up.


And people in one suburb got quite a suprise when they saw this in their front yard.
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News 7 is next. [Open]
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((THE CHILD IS IN PURSUIT OF HIS FATHER. IT IS A VERY EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCE.))
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He fooled people from Miami to New York. But a boy's tale of a month-long search is a hoax.

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The boys tale of his journey from Honduras to the Big Apple captured the hearts of many.
Tonight his own family says his tale is NOT true.
The Honduran's boy's story of his search for his father was apparently made up.
Kristen Jeannette Meyers has more on this unusual story.
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((13 year old Edwin Sabillion's heart-wrenching tale of a 37 day journey to find his father... fooled many people.... including the mayor of New York City. Mayor Rudolph Guiliani/R-New York Edwin's grandmother says the boy did not walk and hitch-hike from Honduras thru Mexico and all the way to Miami. She says the boy's father is dead and his mother who he claimed died at the hands of Hurricaine Mitch is alive in Honduras. Edwin did apparently raise bus money at this Miami cafe for his trip to New York. But he was living there at the time-- with his 2 aunts. Patrons at the cafe--expressed dissappointment when they heard about Edwin's tall tale, not about the lost money but about the sentimental bond they had with the boy. And they're not the only ones he duped, the taxi driver who found the boy on a Bronx corner bought him roller blades, and members of the New York City Police department gave him VIP treatment. Edwin's future remains very much up in the air. he is still in the custody of New York's administration of children's services...but his grandmother in honduras says she wants him back. KRISTEN JEANETTE MEYERS, CBS NEWS, NEW YORK.))


[SKorea-Fire]


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Fire in South Korea kills at least 23 children at a summer camp.
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The blaze broke out early this morning when most of the children were sleeping.
23 kindergarten and grade school children were killed- two other children and a teacher were also hurt.
Police say most of the dead were six year olds suffocated by toxic gas.
The fire started on the third floor where most of the children were asleep in one room-
Police think an electriral short circuit may have started the blaze.

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[Gas-Main]


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Traffic was blocked and homes were evacuated in downtown Danville this morning after a gas leak caught fire.
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Around eight, a passing motorist spotted flames coming from this regulator station off Memorial Drive.
As fire crews blocked off the area, the leak grew larger, with flames scorching nearby treetops.
A half dozen homes in the neighborhood were evacuated briefly while city employees shut off gas to the valves.
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((JIM HARR/DANVILLE GAS DEPT.: IT IS SUMMER TIME, VERY LITTLE GAS CONSUMPTION, THEREFORE WE CAN DO WITHOUT THE STATION FOR A LITTLE WHILE, WHILE WE HAVE TIME TO TEST EVERYTHING THAT REMAINS THERE BEFORE WE PUT IT BACK INTO SERVICE.))
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Harr says customer service will "not" be disrupted while the station is repaired.
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[NAACP]


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The debate over the Robert E. Lee mural in Richmond has attracted the attention of the U-S Justice Department.
It's offered to step in and mediate.
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At a news conference today, the Virginia N-double-A-C-P condemned death threats and hate messages directed at City Council member (Sod) Sa'ad El-Amin.
He's the man who got the Lee mural taken down.
On local newsgroup postings, one can easily find threats to hang El-Amin by his neck... or to hang him on the floodwall with nails.
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((SA'AD EL-AMIN/RICHMOND CITY COUNCIL: THE IGNORANT PEOPLE... TAKE SERIOUSLY THESE THREATS.))
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Richmond Police say they are investigating threats made by phone or letter.
The mural question will be decided by an community advisory panel.

[Boating-Safety]


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Last year the General Assembly refused to make boating education mandatory.
But tonight -- a record number of people CHOSE to take a free boating safety course.
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Almost a hundred people showed up to learn how to choose a boat, for example, and laws about lifejackets and fire extinguishers.
A new state law forces 14 to 16 year olds to pass the course to drive jet skis.
But the rest want to be here.
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((WE TOOK THE COURSE ABOUT TWO YEARS AGO BUT WE NEEDED SOMETHING NEW. WE DO HAVE A BOAT AND WE DO TRAVEL ON THE LAKE SO WE FIGURED WE'D BETTER TAKE ANOTHER ONE.))
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More than 800 people have passed this course in the last five months.
That tops the number for ALL last year.
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((THE LAKE IS A LOT BETTER PLACE AND A LOT SAFER THAN IT WAS BEFORE. THAT'S GOOD FOR TOURISM, THAT'S GOOD FOR RESIDENTS, THAT'S GOOD FOR EVERYBODY!))
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Courses are offered frequently at Smith Mountain Lake and in Roanoke.
Each one lasts two evenings.
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[Homeowners]


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Meanwhile on the other side of the lake -- homeowners were nailing down their rights.
Lawyers from Northern Virginia say if you belong to a neighborhood association -- the General Assembly gave you new priveleges this year.
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((THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE THAT PERCEIVE THAT BOARD MEMBERS MEET IN DARK ROOMS AND MAKE DECISIONS THAT AFFECT PEOPLE'S MONEY AND PROPERTY THAT ARE NOT FAIR.))
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Now you can request written notice of every board meeting -- and if you ask, directors MUST let you read the information packet in advance.
But -- some information is still private, such as your neighbor's record of paying dues.
Legislators are also researching more ways to hold board members accountable -- they will come up in next year's General Assembly session.
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More flooding to parts of the Smoky Mountains.
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This is what's going on in Knoxville Tennessee- water is covering many roads and bridges- stranding cars and residents.
Rescuers used power rafts to pluck people from their homes and bring them to dry ground.
Authorities say rainfall has averaged one and a half inches an hour- causing flooding in many low lying areas.
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[Toss back to anchor][Medicare]


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Help could be on the way for senior citizens to pay for prescription drugs.
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President Clinton proposed Medicare reform- that would keep medicare solvent until the year 20-27.
The 794-billion dollars would come from the budget surplus over the next 15 years.
The plan offers optional prescription drug coverage for seniors.
One pharmacist thinks it's a good thing.
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((MILT WILLIAMS/PHARMACIST: WHAT HAPPENS IS THEY'RE SHOCKED, THEY'RE APPALLED. THEY DON'T LIKE IT AND THEY SAY THE HECK WTIH THIS. I CAN LIVE WITH MY PROBLEM AND I DON'T WANT THE PRESCRIPTION.))
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The Prescription benefit would begin in 2002-
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[Au-Pair]


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When Au Pair Louise Woodward was charged with murder- friends and neighbors came to her support-
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Now Woodward's parents are accused of stealing from their daughter's trust fund-
It's alleged the two stole from the account set up by well wishers to help the Au Pair.
Gary and Sue Woodward deny any wrongdoing.
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((SEAN SEXTON/WOODWARD LAWYER: SHE IS HEARTILY SICK OF THE VICIOUS LIES AND POISONOUS GOSSIP WHICH HAD BEEN DIRECTED AGAINST HER AND HER FAMILY AND SHE LOOKS FORWARD TO THE OPPORTUNITY OF SEETING THE RECORD STRAIGHT WHEN THIS MATTER COMES UP IN COURT.))
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The Woodwards will appear in court next month.
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[Rock-Slide]


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The Blue Ridge Parkway in Little Switzerland North Carolina will finally reopen tomorrow. You might remember how a massive rock slide closed the road on June 15-th. It took crews over two weeks to clear the 12 foot high debris...but now the parkway is ready for this week's holiday travelers.
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The Govenor says he doesn't plan on raising the gas tax to pay for new roads. The details are just ahead.
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And one local community group is taking a unique approach to saving Hull's drive in movie theatre...the story when we return.
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((Hey everybody this is Mike Stevens with Avalanche highlights from the yard in Salem. Bimbo Coles is traded to the hawks tonight.
Some Danish Soccer players were getting their kicks in Roanoke tonight. We'll meet the women working the all-star footbal camp, and check out a hole in one by a blind man in just few minutes on the Big 7.))
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Some Rockbridge County residents aren't taking the loss of their drive-in theater very well.
But they think a new approach may save Hull's Drive-in before it vanishes for good.
Eric Earnhart has more.
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(( This quiet piece of Rockbridge County property holds a lifetime of memories, entertaining families every summer since 1951...
Hull's Drive-in became a family tradition... famous for it's buttered popcorn... and an atmosphere where everyone felt welcome.

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((PEGGY PAYNE/HULL'S ANGELS; YOU PULL IN YOUR PICKUP TRUCK AND BRING ALL YOUR PILLOWS AND STUFF AND IT'S COMFORTABLE AND CHEAP AND THE FOOD IS GREAT. SO LOSING IT WOULD BE LOSING A LOT. DATE NIGHT, I'LL HAVE NO SOCIAL LIFE THIS SUMMER, PLEASE FEEL SORRY FOR ME))
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[standup17:30:27] DRIVE-INS LIKE THIS ARE VANISHING ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY, OFTEN BECAUSE OF DEVELOPMENT, PROPERTY LIKE THIS IS SIMPLY TOO VALUABLE TO LEAVE SITTING IDLE DURING THE DAY.

Enter Hull's Angels... and an approach they say no one's ever tried before... Since drive-in's don't make much money... Why not buy the business, take over the lease and operate it as a non-profit organization... About 50 people are now working to make that happen.
Christy Park says Rockbride young people need a place to go at night.

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((CHRISTY PARK/HULL'S ANGELS;AT NIGHT IT IS NICE TO HAVE OPTION, IT'S NICE TO GO BE WITH AS MANY FRIENDS AS POSSIBLE AND ENJOY THE DRIVE IN.))
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((R.J. OGREN/SPOKESMAN; I THINK WE CAN RAISE THE MONEY, WE'VE GOT AN AWFUL LOT OF PEOPLE INTERESTED IN THIS, WE'VE GOTTEN MORE AND MORE PEOPLE CALLING THIS PAST WEEK WANTING TO JOIN, WE HAVE INTEREST FROM PEOPLE AS FAR AWAY AS WASHINGTON DC NOW.))
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The theater is eligible to be registered as an historic site next year... Hull's Angels hope it will remain a piece of "living" history.
Eric Earnhart, News 7.))





[Transportation]


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It's an issue that's gotten two years of study by a special commission of state lawmakers.
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But today, Governor Jim Gilmore appointed his own transportation policy commission.
He challenged its members to "think big" and "think new."
But don't even think about raising the gas tax to pay for new roads.
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((GOV. JIM GILMORE: SIMPLY RAISING TAXES IS BACKWARD THINKING, IT'S REALLY LAZY... ANY DUMB DOORKNOB CAN DO THAT.))
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The Sierra Club says the Governor's commission is "a kangaroo court."
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((GLEN BESA/SIERRA CLUB: WHAT HE'S DONE IS HE'S APPOINTED A COLLECTION OF... MORE AIR POLLUTION.))
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The existing legislative commission has decided there are more than four BILLION dollars in unmet road needs right now in Virginia.
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The latest employment numbers are out. Still ahead on News 7, they are NOT good for one local city.
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And Roanoke's School Superindent has some encouraging news about City schools.
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Student report cards went out weeks ago. But today, Roanoke School Superintendent Wayne Harris issued his own marks for the city schools.
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It was a challenging year... with the pressure to improve on disappointing test results... and the disruptions that followed the shootings at Columbine High School in Colorado.
Today, Harris delivered a state of the schools address and told members of the school board he's proud of the progress the city schools have made.
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((WAYNE HARRIS/ROANOKE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT: I'M CONVINCED THAT WHEN WE ARE FACED WITH A GREAT CHALLENGE, PEOPLE RISE TO THE OCCASION AND I THINK THAT'S EVIDENCED BY WHAT HAPPENED IN ROANOKE CITY.))
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Harris says there are some subject areas that require attention including elementary math and history... but he says 24 of the city's 29 schools have shown substantial improvement on the Standards of Learning.

[Unemployment]


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The state's unemployment numbers went up last month ... but that was expected heading into the summer with students looking for jobs.
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Virginia's jobless rate for May was 2-point-9, up five-tenths of a percent from April.
In Roanoke, unemployment was at two percent, up from one-point-six.
Lynchburg also went up four-tenths of a percent.
Danville had the highest unemployment rate of any Virginia metro area.
The rate there is seven-and-a-half percent.
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Avalanche highlights and some Danish are on the menu tonight along with NBA draft news and the "Boo-Boo" healers.
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But first a Wisconsin gentleman did what most golfers can only dream about doing.
Worth Delton proved his worth and more at Milwaukee's Tripoli Country Club.
He scored a hole in one the 125-yard, par three seventh hole.
An even greater feat when you consider he is BLIND.
Delton suffers from a hereditary eye disease and has been blind since 1980.
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[S-Avalanche]


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Salem made the most of it last home appearance for more than two weeks by getting back on the winning track.
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And the fun isn't just in the winning if you're a fan, it's also in the eating.
While fans stuffed their faces, Potomac jumped out to an early lead as Chris Martine drops this shot into rightfield and Jason Lee scores. It's two-nothing Cannons in the second.
It look as if the Avalanche would get on the board when Brian Keck knock this one into centerfield, Doug Livingston rounds third and tries to beat the throw to the plate. You make the call, the ump says out.
[super=37-Potomac/2/Salem/3;]


But Salem does come back as Miguel Correa powers this one to the wall, two runs score and the Avalanche beats Potomac three to two.
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[S-Soccer]


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The Roanoke Wrath got some news that is a mixed blessing today. Troy Washington was promoted to the A-League Raleigh Capital Express. The Wrath hates to see him leave, but is excited for him at the same time.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke/This Evening; :00]


Tonight folks got excited at the River's Edge complex, as two girl's soccer teams from Denmark stopped over in Roanoke for some exhibition action against the Roanoke Stars. The Danish girls are traveling around the east coast, and are on their way to DC to see the US women in the world cup on Thursday.
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[S-Trade]


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The NBA draft is tomorrow night in Washington DC, and tonight, a former Hokies traded.
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Bimbo Coles was shipped from Golden State to Atlanta.
The Warriors send Bimbo, forward Duane Ferrell and the 10th overall pick in tomorrow's draft to the Hawks in exchange for Mookie Blaylock and one of the Hawks four first round picks tomorrow.
This will be Bimbo's third team. He played with Miami before Golden State.
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For the first time in the history of the franchise, the Orlando Magic does not have a first round pick.
Of even more concern to the team is the status of all-star guard Penny Hardaway, who becomes a free agent on July 1st.
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[vo nat con't]
Williams recently dropped by the WDBJ studios on his way to Staunton, where his son coaches the local baseball team, the Braves.
He also has a new book out these days, an autobiography titled "Ahead of the Game." It details Pat Williams' more than 30 years in pro sports as an executive.
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Still to come on this Tuesday night we'll head out to the Rising Star sports camp
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and see who a woman's touch is making Tiki and Ronde's camp all the more special.
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[S-Golf]


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David Partridge leads the Virginia State Am qualifying after the first 18 holes at the Boonsboro Country Club. He's at five under par. 67
Keith Decker fired a three under 69 today, while Fincastle's Matt Mankin shot 71. The golfers will play 18 more holes tomorrow and then the 32 lowest scores will advance to match play on Thursday.

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The Roanoke Valley All-Stars football Clinic has wrapped up two days with the help of NFL players and area coaches and players.
But intern reporter Cathy Smith says the camp wouldn't be possible without "Girl Power."
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((Rising Stars Sports and Adventure Camp is a perfect setting for a football camp where kids and counselors have tons of fun. ((:)) ((:)) ((:))
To the rescue, NOT a lightning fast running back for the New York Giants, or an agile, hostile defensive back for the Tampa Bay Buccanneers, or even a 300 pound goliath of a lineman for the New York Jets...instead....try a 110 pound beauty with a two ton heart. ((:)) ((:))
Ginny Barber, Tiki's wife, has joined Megan Derey, and few other players girlfriends and moms this week to help make some bruises go away, and keep kids thirst quenched. ((:))
After bruises go away...and bellies are full of water, it's time for more football..or the tackle the coach drill.

Cathy Smith News 7 sports.))[S-Camp]


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The camp also welcomed yet another NFL player to town today. New York Jets guard Doug Karczewski, a six-five 300 pounder from UVa who is getting set for his second year in the league, missed the camp last year, but came down this week after being invited by fellow counselor Walt Derey.
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And finally tonight...authorities are having a "bear' of a time trying to capture a wild animal on the loose, and that's our video of the day.
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It's a black bear weighing more than 2-hundred pounds.
It's believed the bear lost its mother and is looking for a new place to roam.
Helicopters caught pictures of the bear roaming around the suburbs of Philadelphia- but wild life officials have yet to nab the animal.
Authorities have warned residents to stay indoors.
Once the bear is caught it'll be sent back to New Jersey- that's where it's believed the bear is from.
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