LPD Thanks Residents For Coming Forward In Jewelry Theft Incidents

bill addison lpd 2Since posting the article on TLS on Friday, another resident has come forward with information in the Jewelry theft incidents, Detective Lieutenant William Addison of the Lakewood Police Department told TLS today. “It’s important that anyone with information, or anyone who has been a victim, comes forward” he added. Police are looking for the thief or thieves who ‘cleaned out’ at least four homes of sentimental Jewelry and other valuables this past Friday, as reported on TLS. Lt. Addison again stressed the importance of getting your cleaning helper’s full information and not just a first name.

A photo of them he says, will likely make them think twice before running off with valuables.

Anyone with information in these thefts is asked to call Detective Lieutenant Addison at 732-363-0200.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. I don’t get it…The PD has to thank residents for coming forward after their houses get broken into. Is there something else going on here. The PD is on the scoop an awful lot lately. Is it an election year? Help me out here someone…The residents should be making the statements here. It should go something like this, “Where were the PD when my house got broken into. Is there somebody investigating? Am I going to get my jewels back?”

  2. I had full info once. Name & address. I even had my husband go to the station while she was in my house.
    She took over $4000 worth of jewelry (most with real sentimental value, as well). The police recovered 2 pieces (out of 10) from a pawn shop and she had to pay me a few hundred dollars. Then she got to walk away without so much as a blotch on her record.

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