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Wolf wants Pennsylvanians to stay alert in wake of Paris attacks

Written by Craig Rhodes and the Associated Press | Nov 15, 2015 7:30 AM
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(Harrisburg) -- Governor Tom Wolf is asking Pennsylvania residents to be vigilant and report suspicious activity following the Paris terror attacks.

He says there remains no known imminent threat to the commonwealth.

Wolf said the Office of Homeland Security has advised him that police in Philadelphia have stepped up security for the weekend.

He said citizens may also experience increased security in other areas of the commonwealth.

Pennsylvania State Police are encouraging the public to report suspicious activity to 1 (888) 292-1919 or tips@pa.gov

If any citizens feel like they are in imminent danger or emergency, they should always call 9-1-1 immediately.

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