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Wyckoff Police Department : Don’t Advertise

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Wyckoff NJ, from the Wyckoff Police Department , Now that Christmas is over, please do not advertise for thieves to break into your home. Boxes left outside for recycling will draw attention and they also let criminals know what kind of gifts you and your family received over the holiday

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Travelling Security Products: Protect Your Valuables from Thieves


Do you plan to go on a business trip or just enjoy your vacation? In any case, you should be careful. Travelers should prepare for the trip if they want to enjoy the trip. Think of the travel gear you need to take with you depending on where you go and how long you’ll be far away from home. Of course, among must-have items for both men and women are such as the spacious suitcase for your luggage, flight equipment like air pillow and blanket, cute beach travel accessories, and other stuff for comfortable traveling. However, the checklist doesn’t end here.

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Thieves Go On Crime Spree With Stolen Trooper Car

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December 19,2017

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North Brunswick NJ, as previously reported on the Ridgewood blog ,  in Weapons and Uniforms Stolen from a State Troopers Car May Have Been Used in an armed robbery in Middlesex County

The New Jersey State Police and North Brunswick Police Department are cooperatively investigating the theft of an unmarked troop car, which was stolen from a trooper’s residence in North Brunswick and then used during the commission of two robberies and a theft at a gas station.

On Sunday, December 17, a New Jersey State Trooper reported his troop car stolen at approximately 9:39 a.m. when he discovered it missing from his driveway. The troop car contained several uniforms, two issued weapons, and other issued equipment.

Based on the preliminary investigation, detectives determined that the suspect and troop car were involved with three incidents early Sunday morning. At 6:50 a.m., a truck driver reported a robbery to State Police after he was stopped by the suspect using the stolen troop car on the New Jersey Turnpike southbound at milepost 74.7 in South Brunswick. During the interaction, the suspect stole cash from the driver. At 7:19 a.m., the suspect fueled the troop car at a gas station on St. George Avenue in Colonia, N.J. and left without paying. At 7:30 a.m., the suspect stopped a cab at the Woodbridge Center Mall in Woodbridge, N.J. and stole cash from the driver. No weapons were brandished during any of the incidents.

This is an active investigation, and we continue to work cooperatively with North Brunswick Police Department and local law enforcement. There is no further information available at this time. Anyone concerned or suspicious about the validity of an officer’s identification should call 9-1-1 to report the information and seek confirmation of the officer’s credentials.