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State Police Seeking Public's Assistance Identifying Cumberland County Burglary Suspect

By kbm0423 on
Hopewell Township (Cumberland)

The State Police are seeking the public's assistance identifying a man suspected of committing a car burglary and using a stolen debit card at two convenience stores in Cumberland County.

According to police, on Friday, July 3, troopers from Bridgeton Station began investigating a vehicle burglary on Stave Mill Road in Hopewell Township.

Police report that the victim discovered his vehicle was burglarized and his debit card was allegedly stolen from within the vehicle. The victim also reported that the debit card was fraudulently used at two separate Wawas earlier in the day.

During the investigation, troopers discovered that at approximately 2:04 a.m., the man pictured below entered the Wawa in Upper Deerfield Township and made a purchase with the debit card, and then at approximately 3:09 a.m., entered the Wawa in Millville City and made another purchase with the debit card.

Police describe the suspect as a white male, thin build, with black facial hair.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Trooper Tyler Coulbourn, of the New Jersey State Police Bridgeton Station, at 856-451-0101.