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Woodland Park Police Arrest Two in Connection With Vehicle Break-ins


WOODLAND PARK, NJ - Police arrested two men on Monday, Nov. 6 in connection with several motor vehicle burglaries that occurred late last week.

According to Woodland Park Police Det. Dan Dugan, several items reported stolen from residents have been recovered. No other information is being made available at this time by the detective bureau, he added, as it is an ongoing investigation.

Woodland Park Police are advising residents to continue locking their car doors and keeping valuables out of sight. 

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The rash of overnight break-ins to vehicles in town occurred in the overnight hours on Nov. 3 from the Zambrano/Zendzian/Williams area, across all the hills onto Highview Drive. Thefts were from cars that were unlocked.

If any residents have additional information or were a victim of theft, contact Woodland Park Police Department Lt./Det. John Uzzalino or Det. Dan Dugan at 973-345-8111.

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