Saturday, January 14, 2012
Nearly $3,000 worth of tools was taken from industrial business.
Jan. 9 Palmyra Police said Armotek Engraving, located on Roto Avenue, was burglarized between 9 a.m., Jan. 8 and 6 a.m., Jan. 9. The suspects entered the industrial business by prying open two different hatch doors on the roof, police said. Approximately $10,000 worth of copper balls were stolen, along with about $3,000 worth of tools. Anyone with information regarding this case is urged to call the Palmyra Police Department Detective Bureau at 856-829-0198.
Friday, December 30, 2011
Anyone with information on the Dec. 30 burglary can leave a tip with Cinnaminson Police.
Cinnaminson Police are searching for a burglar who hit an Overlook Street home Friday afternoon, stealing jewelry. Police say the burglar forced open a window at a home on the 600 block of Overlook Street between noon and 2:30 p.m. A resident discovered jewelry missing, while several electronics, including laptops, a digital camera and iPod Touch, were sitting in plain sight, but not taken. The home’s residents were compiling a full list of missing items for police. Anyone with information on the burglary should contact Cinnaminson Police at 856-829-6666 or the WeTip hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME or wetip.com.
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Three were charged with burglary and theft.
Cinnaminson Police announced the arrest of the final subject wanted in connection with October scrap metal thefts from Trans Axle Corporation on Rt. 73. Lamont Kee, 41, of the 1500 block of Minnesota Road in Camden, was arrested Wednesday by the New Jersey State Police Task Force in Camden. Kee joins his brother Alfred Kee, 43, of the unit block of Oak Road in Sicklerville and Khalim A. Barge, 29, of the 1500 block of Pershing Street in Camden, as the subjects arrested. Barge was remanded to Burlington County Jail on Nov. 18 and Alfred Kee posted bail on Nov. 11. All were charged in conjunction with the burglary and theft of scrap metal from the rear of Trans Axle. Both Lamont Kee and Barge were stopped by police in the area of the theft …
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Police have no suspects in the Oct. 29 burglaries.
A burglar hit two Route 130 businesses Oct. 29, smashing front windows and a door and removing the cash registers at each. Cinnaminson Police responded to an alarm at Lyly's Nails at 2:44 a.m. Saturday. There they found the front glass door window broken and the cash register on the sidewalk. The burglar also targeted the business next door, Blue Ribbon Cleaners, in a similar manner. There, the front glass window was smashed in and the cash register stolen. Police said each register contained less than $100. There are no suspects in the burglaries. Anyone with information should call police at 856-829-6667 or leave an anonymous tip with the WeTip hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME or www.wetip.com.
Saturday, October 29, 2011
A burglar broke into a Pine Street home Friday afternoon. Police hope someone spotted a suspect or suspicious vehicle in the area.
Cinnaminson Police are asking for the public’s help to solve a Friday afternoon burglary. Police said a home in the 2500 block of Pine Street was burglarized between 1 and 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28. The burglar forced open the front door and ransacked drawers in several rooms. Police believe only cash and jewelry was taken from the master bedroom. The homeowners are compiling a list for police of what was taken. Anyone with information on the crime or who may have observed a suspicious person or vehicle in the area should call police at 856-829-6667. Anonymous tips also may be left on the WeTip Hotline at 1-800-78-CRIME or wetip.com.
Friday, September 23, 2011
Police implicate Frank Zaveckas in Cinnaminson burglaries.
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Friday, September 23, 2011
A Sicklerville man whose alleged string of burglaries included Cinnaminson businesses was arrested Friday. Frank Zaveckas, 36, was caught in Burlington County, according to police reports. In the latest incident, Zaveckas reportedly attacked a Kmart security guard in Gloucester Township. After his arrest, police also linked him with crimes in Cinnaminson, Berlin Deptford and Somerdale. It wasn't immediately clear which businesses in Cinnaminson Zaveckas is suspected of burglarizing. Read more about the arrest at our sister site, Gloucester Township Patch.
Thursday, September 22, 2011
The Riverside man has been connected to several burglaries.
The Cinnaminson and Riverside police departments collaborated on the arrest of Gary L. Farina, 35, of the 200 block of Harrison Street in Riverside, in connection with several burglaries. Farina was identified as a suspect in Riverside burglaries and then allegedly sold the stolen items at Cash for Gold in Cinnaminson. Detectives in Cinnaminson contacted Riverside police after a suspect description was broadcast regarding a home burglary. Partial proceeds were sold the next day in Cinnaminson, said police. During the investigation, the Riverside burglary victim was able to positively identify the items Farina sold. Farina also allegedly sold two men's gold rings and a gold bracelet to the same store. These items were also linked to …
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Rash of burglaries continue in Cinnaminson.
A 90-year-old Cinnaminson woman smacked the hand of an alleged burglar Friday night after the suspect broke the glass of her back door in an attempt to break in, according to police. The alleged burglar fled. Cinnaminson—and other surrounding towns—have been dealing with a recent rash of burglaries. Last week, Det. Sgt. William Covert said he thinks the burglaries are related. Cinnaminson police said the woman, who lives on Forklanding Road, saw a black four-door sedan drive around to the back of her house. The alleged burglar knocked on the door, and when he received no response, went to the car, got a crow bar, and tried to pry open the back door. When the glass was broken, the suspect put his hand in to unlock the door when the woman …
Friday, July 22, 2011
Three homes were targeted in three days, all in the same area.
Police are investigating several recent burglaries that have taken place in one part of the township this week. Det. Sgt. William Covert said he thinks the burglaries are all related, since they occurred within a few blocks of each other. "We think they are all linked," Covert said Friday. On Wednesday, July 20, between the hours of 4:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., a burglary occurred in the 300 block of Forklanding Road, police said. The homeowner returned to discover a .22-caliber Mossberg rifle with a 4X scope inside a black carrying case was missing from his living room. Nothing else appeared to have been taken. Police said entry was gained through an unlocked side window. The next day, police got a better description of who might be behind …
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Two females and one male were seen parked behind the home, prompting neighbors to call police.
Cinnaminson police arrested three people for burglarizing a home on Riverton Road that's currently being renovated. Two females, Emilie R. Goldenbaum, 19, of Crosswicks, and Erika P. Grossman, 18, of Mansfield Township, were detained after police found them parked behind the home. Drew C. Daniels, 21, of Pemberton, fled out a window but later turned himself in. Police learned Daniels had entered the home on the 2600 block of Riverton Road and cut all of the copper pipes causing about $5,000 in damages. Daniels also confessed to a burglary in Woodbury after property stolen from a burglary there was discovered in the car. That burglary had yet to be reported to police there as the victims are away on vacation, police said. Numerous other …