The Galloway Township Police Department is tryiing to identify two people wanted in a theft investigation. Stills photos from video taken at 10:50 a.m. Saturday morning shows a man and woman on the unidentified property. The pair are suspects in a trespassing and theft investigation, police said. Anyone with information about the individuals is asked to call Officer Timothy Giberson at 609-652-3705, ext 5112. Advertisements
Galloway Township police are asking for the public’s help. They are hoping to learn the identities of a man and woman pictured in a photo. It’s part of an investigation, but police did not release any details. If anyone has any information, they are asked to call Officer Dominic Fabrizio at 609-652-3705, ext. 5103 or Atlantic County Crime Stoppers at 609-652-1234.
Police are still looking for a woman who allegedly used a stolen credit card. The woman, who used the card to buy food and alcohol from a Galloway Township establishment is also a person of interest in the theft of a car. The car and a purse that had the card in it were stolen from the Toys R Us parking lot last week. The car has been recovered, but no arrests have been made.
Egg Harbor Township police are looking for a suspect who stole marijuana plants during a burglary of the Compassionate Care Foundation. The medical marijuana facility in the township’s Farmington section was burglarized just before 3:30 a.m. Dec. 18, Detective Sgt. Michael Finnerty said. Police were called to the area when a burglar alarm was set off. Patrol officers found the man forced his way in through one of the exterior doors, according to the report.
A man who once won an Atlantic City casino poker tournament is wanted in several bank robberies, including two in Atlantic County within four days. Thomas Dougher was described as a serial bank robber by the FBI, who is also looking at him for bank robberies in Delaware and Pennsylvania. He previously served time in federal prison for a string of bank robberies in 2007, records show. But between his release in 2010 and this latest
Law enforcement is on the lookout for a green guy whose heart is reportedly two sizes too small. The Grinch is being sought by the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office and Pleasantville police. “We need the help of the community as detectives from the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office and Pleasantville police officers continue the search to locate the Grinch and make an arrest,” Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon Tyner said. “This cooperative effort is underway by law
Hamilton Township police are still looking for one of two men who has more than $40,000 worth of marijuana after a car stop earlier this month. Officer Nicole Odell pulled over Kevin Moulden, 26, of Mays Landing, just before 8 p.m. Dec. 8, on Wrangleboro Road at the Atlantic City Expressway entrance, police said. His passenger, Timothy Spencer III, was given a summons for a small amount of marijuana on him. But the strong smell
Galloway Township police say it was a scene out of “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas” as donations meant for the U.S. Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots program were stolen out of the township building’s lobby. So, cue Dr. Seuss… Overflowing with donations was the Toys for Tots bin, As generous donations to Galloway Township came in. But the U.S. Marines’ Christmas efforts were delayed By a threesome, say police, who on gift-giving they preyed. Into
Galloway Township police are looking for a man in an attempt to start a fire at the police station Tuesday. Video surveillance shows a man approach the front lobby of the Galloway Township Police Department t about 6:30 p.m. He is seen hanging around outside for a brief time, then he produces a glass bottle containing what is believed to be a petroleum-based accelerate, police said. He tries to light the bottle, then tosses it
Hamilton Township police seized about $40,000 worth of marijuana and $11,000 in cash after a car stop Thursday. Now, they’re trying to find the two occupants. Officer Nicole Odell pulled over Kevin Moulden, 26, of Mays Landing, just before 8 p.m. on Wrangleboro Road at the Atlantic City Expressway entrance, police said. A strong smell of pot led officers to find that Moulden and his passenger, Timothy Spencer III, had $11,000 cash and drug-packaging material,