Lakewood Family Out of Town for Shabbos Comes home to Find all Valuables Wiped Out

A Lakewood family away from Shabbos came home to find their home wiped out.

The family returned to their Route 88 home Motzei Shabbos and found all their valuable belongings stolen, including silver and other expensive items.

The suspect(s) had apparently forced entry into the home, and rummaged through all rooms in the home.

The Lakewood Police Department and CSI are investigating (pictured at the scene).


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  1. NJ is becoming the new NY! Crime is on the rise in every shape or form.
    All because liberal idiots are in charge and choose to be busy changing our kids gender rather then keep our city’s and streets safe!!!
    Guys make sure to vote red… even though they’ll cheat again they’ll have a harder time doing it like Virginia’s last election.

  2. Keep on hiring the illegals for house work and cleaning help. Not only will they see what and where is stored on your homes, but more and more of them will move into town.
    At the same time, blame the liberals who run this state, and proclaim that one must vote Republican. Guess what, the Republicans, besides cutting out many handouts programs, would rightfully send these people back home.
    Who is going to scrub your bathroom, then?

  3. Wake up and smell the coffee. Homes of affluent people are targeted for theft. Don’t flash your jewelry, watches etc in public or online. Keep your travel plans private, don’t announce your travels on instagram or twitter. Lock up your valuables if you are going away, hire a house sitter and get an alarm system.

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