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CNBNews Staff

 

BROOKLAWN, NJ (May 24, 2021)--Brooklawn Police released the following statement pertaining to two vehicles being burglarized over the weekend.

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Sometime during the overnight hours on May 23, 2021, two vehicles were burglarized on Lake Drive and 6th Street. The actors gained access to the vehicles through unlocked doors.

Please remember to lock your car doors every time you exit your vehicle.

We are asking anyone with security cameras in those areas to check the videos for suspicious individuals. Please contact Investigator Raymond McKenney Jr. (856-456-0750 ext. 704) with any information.

Several vehicles were also broken into in neighboring Gloucester City.

The Gloucester City Police released the following statement last week. 

We've experienced several car burglaries, in the late evening-early morning hours of 05/19/21- 05/20/21, at the following locations:
• 900 block of Ridgeway Street
• Sparks Avenue
• 500 block of Hudson Street
• 800 block of Monmouth Street


There was also a report of (2) suspicious males looking inside vehicles in the area of Market Street and Atlantic Street.


We are asking anyone with security cameras in those areas to check the videos for suspicious individuals. Please contact the GCPD Detective Bureau (856-456-7797) with any information.

Besides those incidents there was a pickup truck stolen in the unit block of N. Stinson Ave. earlier in the month. The vehicle was found and returned to the owner. A number of tools were stolen.

Early Saturday morning (May 22, 2021) someone stole a tow truck from Dave's Towing. It was was parked in front of his business on Route 130 south, near Marlborough Ave., Gloucester City.

If you seen anything suspicious contact GCPD (856-456-7797) or call 911 immediately.

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