LPD Chief Greg Meyer in response to Seaside Park Bombing: If you see something, say something

captain_meyer_tlsFollowing Saturday’s explosion which occurred right here in Ocean County, Lakewood Police Chief Greg Meyer is reinforcing the message of ‘If you see something, say something’.

The pipe bomb that exploded in Seaside Park yesterday was placed in a trash can – near where a 5K run was to start.

“If you do see something, call the authorities first and let us come out,” Chief Meyer told TLS. “We’re the experts, don’t be afraid to call us. It’s what we do and what we get paid for.”

The Chief is also urging residents to keep an eye on their bags and belongings, because if they’re left around, they can become suspicious items.

“Especially with the Holiday coming up and people preparing to travel, keep an eye on your belongings – not just in Lakewood, but also in airports, bus terminals and train stations etc.,” the Chief said.

[TLS]

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