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7 children removed from Bucks County trailer home with 'unsanitary' conditions, police say

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WEST ROCKHILL TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Seven children were removed from their home in Bucks County after officers found them to be living in "unsanitary" and "unsafe" conditions, police say.

According to the Pennridge Regional Police Department, on April 23, 2023, officers responded to the 600 block of Roseann Lane in West Rockhill Township for a report of three children entering an abandoned trailer.

Officers returned the children to their home and found inadequate living conditions, including a pad lock on the refrigerator.

Authorities say the children's parents said the lock was put there because the family had little money and they wanted to prevent the children from eating all the food.

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