Police in Hamilton has stepped up their search for a burglary suspect who broke into a pizza parlor in the Township and stole a cash register in early April.
According to a statement released by police, the incident happened on April 6, where Hamilton Police Officer’s responded to Mannino’s Pizzeria, 2235 Route 33 on a report of a burglary.
Police say at approximately 6:10 a.m., surveillance video showed a white male identified as Mr. Petar Armbruster 3rd break the back glass door to gain entry, and remove the cash register, and a box of lollipops for charity.
According to police, Armbruster 3rd and an unknown person then discarded the items in a housing development in Robbinsville.
Police say on April 14th, Hamilton Police Officer’s responded to Domino’s Pizza 807 South Olden Avenue, on a report of a burglary to the business. Upon arrival, police say they searched surveillance video where it showed Armbruster 3rd, and another unknown white male entered the business through the rear at around 4:22 a.m.
Once inside, police say the men pushed a large safe to the rear of the business. The two men then exited the business, and returned just before 5:30 a.m. in a stolen Lexus, and loaded the safe into the trunk of the Lexus, and fled the area.
Police say the vehicle was later located in Trenton in the area of 333 West State with the safe hanging out of the trunk of the car.
Authorities issued warrants against Petar Armbruster 3rd for Burglary, Theft, and Criminal Mischief while the other unidentified suspect remains at-large.
Hamilton Police Detectives are asking for the publics’ assistance in identifying these suspects and their whereabouts, involved in these incidents. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Jason Aspromonti at (609)581-4030, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Detective Frank Palmieri (609)581-4041 or via email at email@example.com .
Additionally, the public can leave a message on the Hamilton Police Crime Tip Hotline at (609)581-4008.