Two men were arrested and charged with burglary and theft of fishing equipment from multiple vessels in Cape May County. On August 14, Atlantic City Station troopers responded to Harbor Marina in Lower Township to investigate a vessel burglary and theft of fishing equipment. Through various investigative means, detectives were able to identify Raymond Mathews-Baylock, 18, of Cape May Court House, and Brett DeLaney, 39, of North Wildwood as suspects for multiple burglaries and vessel thefts at Harbor Marina, Canyon Club Marina, and a residence in Stone Harbor. Mathews-Baylock was arrested January 19, and DeLaney was arrested on January 23. Both were charged with two counts of burglary and three counts of theft and released pending a court date. Troopers have already recovered approximately $13,000 worth of stolen fishing equipment. Atlantic City Station troopers want to know of area residents who have had fishing equipment stolen within the last year. Anyone with information is asked to contact the New Jersey State Police Atlantic City Station at (609) 449-1472 or (609) 522-0393.