In two of the incidents, the suspects located keys and stole the vehicles, including a 2007 Gold Saturn Ion and a 2011 Black Mercedes Benz. Police urge residents to make sure their vehicles are locked at night.
South Brunswick Police are investigating a series of thefts that occurred at Extra Space Storage on Route 1. A customer with a storage unit told police he checked on his storage locker this week and found it ransacked.
The victim told officers that his lock was still on the storage locker, but it had been turned around backwards. Missing from the storage unit was a flat screen television and golf clubs.
A subsequent investigation by Det. Dennis Yuhasz revealed two additional victims, one who reported a missing washer and dryer, and another who reported the theft of a bicycle.
Police believe the thefts occurred at some point over the previous four months and are asking people with storage lockers at the business to make sure they don't have any items missing. Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Yuhasz at 732-329-4000 ext. 7485***
A series of incidents involving criminal mischief was reported in the Royal Oaks Apartment Complex this week. Police said the suspects used white spray paint on signs, a dumpster, and several parked vehicles overnight.
The incidents occurred between Thursday evening and Friday morning. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 732-329-4646.