It links to this webpage.
And it reads:
A tall thin light skinned African American male was seen walking on Tree Farm Road. This man was possibly distributing political materialsThere are a few things of interest here. First, that the Fox Chapel Police Department thought this important enough to warrant an advisory about a tall, thin, light-skinned, African-American male that was seen walking on Tree Farm Road.
A resident from Tree Farm Road reported observing a tall, light skinned, African American male, wearing a green tee shirt and driving a gold Toyota, walking up to homes on the street. The male may have been distributing political materials as police investigation revealed that most homes had them attached to the front doors.
Residents are requested to use the 911 center to report suspicious persons.
Second, that they investigated said TTL-SA-AM and found that he "may have been distributing political materials."
Third, that someone phoned this in to the police in the first place.
Can you imagine that 911 call?
Dispatch: Hello, Fox Chapel Police. What is the nature of your emergency?Or something like that. In any event someone called it in and the police sent someone to investigate anyway.
Concerned Fox Chapellian: So sorry to bother you officer, but my wife Madison and I were on our way home from the club when we spotted a suspicious looking Negro walking along Tree Farm Road.
Dispatch: Can you describe what he looked like?
Chapellian: Well, he was tall and fair-skinned. Madison pointed out to me that he was quite lean and muscular, like a tall Jesse Owens. I thought he looked more like that colored fellow who used to tap dance on Lawrence Welk. Only younger, obviously.
Dispatch: Ok...and you said he was just walking on Tree Farm Road. Was he doing anything suspicious?
Chapellian: He was a Negro in Fox Chapel walking along Tree Farm Road.
Dispatch: Understood. We'll get right on it.
I guess they really want to make America Great Again one Fox Chapel at a time!