LIVINGSTON, NJ — An oxygen supplier in Livingston fell victim to a burglary over 4th of July weekend, during which the suspects left the scene with 48 pieces of respiratory equipment valued at approximately $43,500, according to police. 

Upon arrival at Lincare (104 Dorsa Avenue) at approximately 3:20 p.m. on Monday, July 6, Livingston police discovered that the items went missing from the warehouse sometime between the company's closing on Thursday, July 2 and reopening on Monday.

After police found no sign of forced entry into the building, Lincare employees reported that they closed the warehouse door on July 4 after finding it slightly open and that the company did not notice the items missing until two days later.

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There is currently no further information on this incident. More information will be shared when and if it becomes available. 

Livingston police also recently responded to two incidents involving stolen vehicles. CLICK HERE to read the full story. 

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