Woodstown Police Department

Woodstown Police investigate a distraction style burglary and theft

A white male posed as a water authority employee at a residence in Woodstown with a lone home owner while another individual entered the home and removed a safe from the second floor bedroom just this morning on December 20th, 2014. The suspects were allegedly operating a white van and Woodstown Police Dept. asks anyone with any knowledge or information on this crime to call.

WOODSTOWN, NJ – The Woodstown Police Department is currently investigating a distraction style burglary and theft, which occurred within the Borough at approximately 11am on 12-20-14.

During this crime a white male actor entered a residence posing water authority employee to check for a contamination. While distracting the lone resident in the basement, another actor entered the home and removed a safe from a second floor bedroom. Actors were operating a white van. Woodstown Police Dept. is requesting that anyone with information contact the police department.

Any residents approached for home water system checks, are urged to contact Woodstown Police Department immediately at: 856-769-2121

 

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