Police & Fire

Chatham Borough Police: Juveniles Report Suspicious Incident on Jackson Avenue

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CHATHAM, NJ - The Chatham Borough Police sent out an AlertChathamBorough message on Wednesday evening, reporting of a suspicious incident on Jackson Avenue involving two female juveniles.

At 5:54 p.m. on Wednesday, March 15, two female juveniles age 7 and 8 years of age, reported a suspicious incident in front of No. 32 Jackson Avenue in Chatham Borough. The two juveniles stated that an older Asian male, with salt and pepper hair, wearing a blue jacket, driving a small white or gray SUV stopped while driving past the juveniles on Jackson Avenue.

The male stated to the juveniles, "Do you want a ride home?" and what sounded like "Do you know where Barnabas is?" The females responded by screaming and running away to one of their homes as the vehicle left the area eastbound on Jackson Avenue without incident.

Please contact the Chatham Borough Police Department at 973-417-3048 if you have any helpful information regarding this incident.

 

 

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