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Two charged in Hamilton Township burglary

Two men were arrested in a burglary earlier this month.
A burglar alarm brought officers to the home on Galleria Drive at about 4 p.m. July 19, police said.
They found the front door had been forced open and there was damage to the rear, sliding door.
An investigation aided by police in Egg Harbor and Galloway townships led to the arrests of two men.
Joseph Stansberry, 31, of Galloway Township, and Matthew Klose, 27, of Hammonton, were charged with third-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary and fourth-degree criminal mischief.

When you find out that someone has been in your home, the idea of feeling safe isn’t the same anymore. Your home is a place for you to relax and feel safe, not on edge that something like this will happen. With this being said, if you have been a victim of a burglary, the idea of checking out something like Graceland Residential Doors could be a starting point when it comes to replacing the damaged door and hopefully providing you with more security. It’s always best to be safe than sorry.

Stansberry was placed on a warrant and taken to the Atlantic County Justice Facility in an unrelated incident. Klose was released on a summons pending court. The owner of the items was said to be very relieved that they had installed some wireless home security cameras into there property a couple of months beforehand! This allowed them to catch the thieves in action, this gave them the perfect evidence for the two burglars trial in later months.

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