A year ago around the Halloween season, police departments in the Valley and the rest of the country investigated reports from people frightened by people dressed as clowns.
While they wait for the movie to hit theaters, the police department has been dispatching officers to deal with the balloons and "want the local prankster to know that we were completely terrified as we removed [the] balloons".
"'IT" the name of a horror film out Friday based on the 1986 Stephen King novel.
If pranksters have their way this will be the creepiest town in America.
"The creepy clown craze in September 2016 resulted in at least a dozen people arrested in Georgia, Alabama, and Virginia for either taking part in the menacing stunt or for making false reports", they stated.
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Police in the Pennsylvania borough of Lititz have reported similar balloon sightings in their community.
It appears that a homicidal clown could be lurking beneath the streets of a small eastern Pennsylvania town.
The Lititz police department also believes clown sightings may be just around the corner.
Detz mentioned to CBS that while wearing a clown costume isn't a crime, harassing and assaulting people while wearing the costume is.
"They should respect others boundaries". "If they are showing support for a movie that's not a problem".
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