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East Brunswick Police Seek Help in Identifying Burglars

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The EBPD has released this photo of the suspects on Hamlin Road. Credits: EBPD
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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The East Brunswick Police Department is seeking the help of local residents in the identification of two male suspects who were seen near a private residence on Hamlin Road.

On July 6, 2017, at 10:30 am, two male suspects walked into the backyard of a Hamlin Road residence. They appear to check to see if the rear door and rear sliding doors are locked. The suspects did not make entry into the residence, and nothing appeared missing or damaged from their attempt.  The police have had several recent burglaries in the same area.

The police believe that he first suspect is possibly an Hispanic male, 20's- 30's years of age, app. 5'-10" tall, medium build, wearing a white T-shirt, blue jeans and tan work boots.

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Similarly, the police belive that the second suspect is also possibly an Hispanic male, 20's- 30's years of age, app. 5'-08" tall, thin build, white T-shirt, multi-colored blue shorts that come down below the knee and red high top sneakers with white laces or Velcro on top.

The Police Department is seeking information regarding this incident.  Residents are requested to contact Det. John Breen at 732-390-6990.

 

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