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Princeton Walk residents report thefts after open house party

SOUTH BRUNSWICK – South Brunswick police are investigating a reported burglary in the Princeton Walk Development after an open house party was thrown.

Officers spoke to two residents of a Brookwood Court home who said they came home from walking their dog and found their front door partially open on Aug. 17, according to information provided by the South Brunswick Police Department.

Officers searched the residence and discovered some rooms ransacked, according to reports.

Officers determined the residents’ parents were away on vacation and they had thrown a party the night before. The residents indicated approximately 50 high school-aged people attended the party but they did not know most of them. They advertised the party on Snapchat and people showed up from all over the area.

The residents believed some thefts occurred during the party but were unsure what was taken, according to reports. Officers located multiple doors and windows unlocked in the home. The suspects took two laptops. The residents said there was an envelope in one room with $100 in cash but the suspects only took $70 dollars, according to reports.

Anyone with information should call Detective Tim Hoover at 732-329-4000, ext. 7443.

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