Stake Body Truck Stolen last night off Buck Rd. near Rt. 40 in Monroeville

MONROEVILLE – During the late evening hours/early morning hours last night, April 5th/6th, a 2004 red Ford F450 was stolen from private property on Buck Road near its intersection with Route 40. It is a stake body truck with damage on the passenger side.

There are no leads, and the owners and police would appreciate any information in regards to the whereabouts of this vehicle. (Pictured above.)

If you have any information in regards to possible sightings or information on the stolen vehicle please call the Woodstown State Police Barracks at (856) 769-0774.


Note from the Editor: This information was obtained by friends/family of the vehicle stolen. A police report has been filed but for any future crimes reported to the NJ State Police in Salem County that you feel the community needs to know about and can help solve, please, send an email to or and we will do our best to follow up with a post after research on the crime’s validity is done. Again, this information was not sent to us from the NJ State Police. Thanks. – Zachary Ahl


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