Police & Fire

Chatham Borough Police: BMW Stolen From Washington Avenue Resident's Driveway


CHATHAM, NJ - On October 12, 2017 at approximately 6:45 a.m., officers from the Chatham Borough Police Department responded to a Washington Avenue address on the report of a stolen motor vehicle.

The victim told the police that his gray BMW was parked, unsecured in the driveway. He then told the responding officers that he was awoken by the sound of the vehicle starting up in the driveway. He then looked out the window in time to see the vehicle backing up at a high rate of speed. The victim indicated that the key fob had been left inside.

A witness told the police that in addition to the BMW, he saw an Audi and a Maserati leave the area traveling at a high rate of speed towards Route 24.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact the Chatham Borough Detective Bureau at 973-635-8000.

The Chatham Borough Police Department would like to take this opportunity to remind residents to remove any keys, fobs or other valuables from your vehicles and to lock your doors.

Prepared by Michael Bochniak

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