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Jackson Police Seeks Public's Help Identifying Suspects Wanted for Trespassing, Criminal Mischief

By kcora on
Jackson Township

The Jackson Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in identify several suspects possibly involved in a recent incident of trespassing and criminal mischief.

According to police, Sunday Police Officer Ryan Donnelly responded to a residence on Toms River Road to take a report of trespassing and criminal mischief to property.

The victim reported that he had been having ongoing problems of several unknown subjects who have been damaging his property to gain access to ride off road vehicles.

As a result past damage and occurrences, the property owner had secured a trail camera at the location, chained and locked the gate.

On the afternoon of Saturday July 15, the suspects approached the gate and after finding it locked, attempting to cut the chains but were unable to. However the suspects then cut open the fence in another area near the gate to gain access to the property.

The damaged fence was valued at $200.00 and was reported to be new damage which coincided with the incident and photographs provided by the victim.

Anyone who can identify any of the suspects is asked to contact P.O. Donnelly at 732-928-1111.