Police ask residents to check home security cameras after additional vehicle burglaries reported in South Brunswick

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SOUTH BRUNSWICK – Several additional overnight car burglaries were reported to South Brunswick police on Jan. 16.

Police are requesting that any residents in or near the Timber Ponds or Beekman Manor developments check their security cameras for any activity between 2-5 a.m. on Jan. 16.

Anyone with any information can contact Detective Brady Shelcusky at 732-329-4646.

Police would like to remind residents to:

  • Lock vehicle doors
  • Take your key fob with you; do not leave it in your vehicle
  • Do not leave any valuables in your vehicle
  • If possible, park in a well lit area

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