Police: Suspect Stole Vehicles, Shoplifted and Dumped Vehicles in Lakewood

brick policeBrick Police say a subject stole two vehicles, used them for shoplifting, and then dumped the vehicles in Lakewood. Brick Police say they have arrested Terence P. Rush (white male, 43 years old, Burnt Tavern Road, Brick, NJ) and charged him with Theft of a motor vehicle (2 counts), and Shoplifting (3 counts).

“Investigation revealed that Rush had stolen motor vehicles from the WaWa located at 6 Lanes Mill Road on March 31st, and April 4th,” Brick Police say. “After stealing these vehicles, Rush proceeded to travel to the Lowe’s Home Improvement Store located at 520 Route 70, Brick, NJ.”

Once at the store, Rush would then shoplift items and leave in the stolen vehicles.

“After pawning the stolen items, Rush would then abandon the stolen vehicles in different locations in Lakewood Township.”

After his arrest, Rush was transported to the Brick Township Police Department, where he was charged.

Bail was set by the Honorable Judge Robert Lepore at $60,000.00 with no option to post ten percent, and was transported to the Ocean County Jail.

The investigation is continuing and additional charges and arrests are anticipated.

Anyone who believes that they may have additional information relating to these incidents can contact Detectives Gregory Mullarkey at 732-262-1122 or Detective Daniel Waleski at 732-262-1170. They can also contact the Brick Police directly at 732-262-1100. [TLS]

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