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Seven Vans Stolen in Camden City Since Jan. 25

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(Camden City, NJ) (February 12, 2021)--– The Camden County Police Department is investigating several thefts of vans in the city and asking for help from the public with any relevant information about these crimes.

Seven vans have been reported stolen in the city since Jan. 25, including three taken from churches in the city. Four of the incidents occurred in East Camden and one of the stolen vans was later recovered in Philadelphia.

The Camden County Police Department is urging residents, business owners and those involved in churches or other organizations in the city that own vans to make sure that they are locked when not in use and parked in secure locations if possible.

Anyone with information about these crimes or any similar crimes can provide a tip anonymously through the STOPit app or by calling the Camden County Police Department’s 24-hour tip line at: (856) 757-7042.

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