NUTLEY, NJ - A Nutley Police Department investigation has determined that the suspicious incident involving pizza deliveries was nothing more than a juvenile prank. The Juvenile Aid Bureau of the Nutley Police Department is in the process of meeting with the youths involved as well as with their parents. 

Residents on Beech Street and Prospect Street reported that that an individual rang their door bell on Monday night holding what appeared to be an empty pizza box. In both situations, the residents did not open the door as they did not order pizza. One of the residents told the individual that they did not order pizza which caused the person of interest to become agitated.

Nutley Police issued an alert to the community as there was concern that this may be a trick to gain entry to the home or a prelude to criminal.

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The individuals involved believed they were engaging in harmless pranks. 

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