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Two Philadelphia Wawa stores close over 'safety and security challenges'
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Two Wawa stores in Philadelphia closed for good over the weekend, while other locations are shortening hours amid an uptick in crime.
"We are very sorry we can’t be there for our friends and neighbors at these two locations, but we continue to serve the community from our other nearby stores and our commitment to the greater region remains strong," Wawa said in a statement to FOX 29, regarding the locations at 12th and Market and 19th and Market. "Philadelphia is our hometown and that’s something that will never change."
Locations in Feasterville, a Philadelphia suburb, will be closed between midnight and 5 a.m. ET.
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