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Piscataway Police Ask for Help in Identifying Suspects Wanted for Armed Robbery of Liquor Store (With Video)

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Police Ask for Help in Identifying Suspects Wanted for Armed Robbery of Piscataway Liquor Store Credits: Piscataway Township Police Department
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Police Ask for Help in Identifying Suspects Wanted for Armed Robbery of Piscataway Liquor Store Credits: Piscataway Township Police Department
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PISCATAWAY, NJ – The Piscataway Township Police asks for the public’s help in identifying three suspects wanted for the Oct. 29 armed robbery of Dix’s Liquor and Spirit Shoppe located at 460 South Washington Avenue.

According to a Nixle Alert released on Tuesday, the suspects were captured on surveillance video entering the liquor store at about 10:00 that night. Two of the suspects were armed with handguns while the third acted as a lookout.

The public can view the surveillance video at the following link: 

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Anyone with information regarding the identity of any of the pictured individuals is asked to contact Detective Joseph Reilly of the Piscataway Township Police Department at (732) 562-2364 or (732) 562-1100.

Those who wish to remain anonymous can call the Police TIPS Line at (732) 562-2360 or TEXT-A-TIP by texting TIP PTPD followed by your message to 888777.

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