Police Searching for Burglary Suspect

Public's help requested in identifying suspect

Brick police are asking the public’s help in identifying the suspect of a day time burglary that occurred last week.

The suspect, a young man whose sketch is attached to this article, is suspected of burglarizing a Roosevelt Drive resident's home.

When a resident of the street came home at about 12:25 p.m. July 13, she noticed the man emerging from her backyard. At the time, the man said he was delivering a package as the resident noticed her rear door open and no package on the ground, according to Capt. John Rein.

At that point, Rein said, the suspect jumped a fence and ran down Roosevelt Drive toward Route 70, where he was observed entering a beige colored mid-sized vehicle with a dark vinyl or cloth top.

A check of the house revealed the man had entered the residence and took jewelry from the master bedroom.

The suspect is described as a white male between 5-foot-8 and 5-foot-10, approximately 20 years of age, with brown hair, hazel eyes, heavy build, and last seen wearing khaki shorts and a striped Polo shirt.

The sketch of the suspect was completed by the Toms River Police Department based on the victim's description.

Anyone with information about the burglary or the suspect is asked to contact Brick Township Police Detective Daniel Waleski at 732-262-1170.

NJrealMom3 July 28, 2012 at 03:40 AM
see ya!!
NJrealMom3 July 28, 2012 at 03:44 AM
Florida is WORSE by far... everyday they have a Amber alert bcz thats where everyone goes when they get divorced & then the other parent goes & kidnaps their kids... NNOONE is married only 1x there & they all have step or 1/2 siblings / children NJ Strong. Strong.. IF you cant handle it or afford it.. LEAVE!!
NJrealMom3 July 28, 2012 at 03:46 AM
@ Dave yeah.. its VERY edited, my friends that where at the shooting at Beachwood bar, have been trying to tell the truth about what happens & it keeps getting deleted too....
KC July 28, 2012 at 05:28 AM
Actually we are a little worse off than some towns. Because we are not located near any real job base and we have no public transportation that isn't a joke. We are in an undesirable location due to the long distances from New York and Philadelphia. Many many young people are relocating back to the cities especially young professionals. Homes are seriously just sitting on the market regardless of price because we are in commutation distance of NOTHING. We ARE a little stuck here whether we care or not is another matter. I sometimes feel we have very few services. We have no fire department apart from the volunteers God Bless them, I never see trees being pruned, or streets swept. Only Windward Beach apparently. The leaf removal is a joke and the poor High School is in shambles. Apart from that it is okay. Not great, okay. The resevoir and the hospital system additions are improvements on the positive side that I can think of. We look forward to the new library remodel as well. I do hope they will try to keep the kindergarden activities separate from those who like quiet in the library. Lately it always seemed like such a day care center in there. Thanks for tolerating my random thoughts!
KC July 28, 2012 at 05:31 AM
great idea. I should do that soon.


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