Police incident near Waynesboro related to search for Robert Vicosa

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WAYNESBORO, Pa. (WHTM) — Sources tell abc27 that a police incident in Waynesboro on Thursday was related to the search for Robert Vicosa, who they were looking for after he abducted his two daughters, Aaminah Vicosa, 6, and Giana Vicosa, 7.

A tweet from Trooper Megan Ammerman posted around 2:30 p.m. stated that multiple police agencies were involved in an incident in the area of Midvale Road and Ringgold Pike south of the Pennsylvania-Maryland border. Ammerman noted that there was a traffic delay, but the incident was contained and there was no threat to the public.

People were asked to avoid the area of the incident.

According to a CRIMEWATCH post from the Waynesboro Police Department, schools in the Waynesboro Area School District were placed on lockdown around 2:20 p.m. due to a police incident outside the borough.

There was no immediate threat to the schools. An update from the police department around 3 p.m. states that the lockdown has been lifted.

Transportation for elementary and secondary students was delayed about 30-45 minutes.

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