2 kidnapped Pennsylvania girls, an ex-cop father, and a coworker were found dead after days on the run, according to a source.


After days on the run, two kidnapped Pennsylvania girls, their ex-cop father, and a coworker were found dead.

Following an extensive manhunt, an ex-cop who police say abducted his two daughters from York County Sunday night has been found dead, along with his alleged accomplice and both children, according to INFOSURHOY.

Robert Vicosa was killed by a gunshot wound inside a vehicle that crashed in Smithsburg, Maryland, around 3 p.m. on Thursday.

According to WJZ, he was shot before police arrived at the scene.

Both of his daughters died in the incident, as did a suspended Baltimore County sergeant, Tia Bynum, who police said was assisting Vicosa, according to a source inside law enforcement. All died by gunshot, the source said.

Robert Vicosa and his former coworker Tia Bynum are accused of kidnapping his two daughters and a third person. (Photos courtesy of the police)

Giana “Gigi” Vicosa, his older daughter, was found fatally shot inside the vehicle, according to WJZ.

Aaminah “Minah” Vicosa, six years old, was also killed.

Soon after the crash, police covered the damaged vehicle with a tarp, which had landed it against a fence in front of a creamery.

Since at least Tuesday, police have been looking for Vicosa and Bynum, who was suspended this week for her alleged role in the crime spree.

Vicosa abducted the children after a planned and elaborate assault on his estranged wife at his Windsor Township home on Sunday night, according to court records.

He then fled with the children after his wife managed to flee, according to police.

(York Area Regional Police) Robert Vicosa’s two daughters were kidnapped and shot.

Vicosa was given access to Bynum’s vehicles, according to police, which aided them in eluding the cops.

Vicosa was charged with kidnapping and stealing the car of another woman in Red Lion on Tuesday.

A carjacking was also allegedly committed by the pair in Cockeysville, Maryland, on Wednesday night.

More than two hours after the crash, police have yet to provide an official update on the crash or the reported deaths.

Officers have issued a public warning about a police incident near MidvaleRinggold Pike in Waynesboro, asking the public to avoid the area.

The incident has been contained, according to state police, and the public is not in danger.


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