Police: Stolen Vehicles Still Missing – Public Asked To Report Plates

stolen_vehicle_types updatedLast week we reported¬†about two home burglaries which occurred during the night in the area of Dena Ct. as well as in the Village Park development. Detective Lieutenant Paul Daly tells TLS those vehicles are still missing. “It’s unusual for the vehicles not to turn up”, says Daly – the head of the Detectives Bureau – who is actively working on the case.

Meanwhile, Daly gave us the descriptions and plate numbers of the vehicles for residents to keep an eye out for.

The first vehicle is a Hyundai Elantra, 2005, black in color with NJ plates of S39-ADN.

The second vehicle, is a 2004 white 4-door Chevy Impala with NJ plates of YBJ-14h.

During the burglaries, many other items were stolen as well, including cameras, jewelry, cordless phones, a microwave and other items.

Anyone with information, is asked to contact Detective Leroy Marshal at 732-363-0200, at extension 5345.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. i am the one missing the Chevy impala. its from sher auto sales and it has the silver rectangular sales tar on the rear bumper on the right side. also the picture is inaccurate. my car is the 2004 Chevy police package. it has a black strip on each side of the vehicle. i have emailed the Lakewood scoop updated pictures on my car

  2. they are generic pictures of the vehicles. I guarantee that the picture of the elantra is not exact to the vehicle missing either. It is just used to give people an idea of what to look for… Grrrrr!!!

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