Lakewood builder offers $1000 reward for information leading to arrest of copper thief

If you can provide information leading to the arrest of this man suspected of cutting out copper from a home under construction in Lakewood, you could receive $1000.

The man was seen entering the property of a Raintree home under construction, and the home was then found to have been entered by force, and the copper missing.

The reward is being offered by the builder.

The incident is one of many similar incidents in Lakewood over the past few weeks.

Anyone with information should contact the Lakewood Police Department.

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  1. I was walking down Clifton ave Shabbos at about 2:00 PM and passed the store that is on the south side of second st – The window had some boards enclosing the glass- maybe TYK boards or something – and they were working with screwdrivers to remove the baseboard of the frame seemingly up to no good..I tried to find a cop but there was nobody around… They saw me looking at them and left – I guess I can just comment that they know we are not out in droves on Shabbos and the cops should case those locations that are being built or renovated. They were two nondescript guys.

    • Really, cause i have two extremely nondescript fellows at my home who I am holding under citizens arrest. Think you can come over and see if its the non-descriptiveness your referring too

  2. If Lakewood gave property tax credits, people would invest in better equipment. If the camera were a bit better you’d have a clear shot at the plate #

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