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If you have any information about these crimes or any person(s) involved, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers at or submit a Web Tip .  You do not have to give your name.  CRIME STOPPERS will pay a cash reward of up to $1000 and you can remain anonymous. 


4/19/2016 - Be on the lookout for Skimming Devices placed on ATM`s
There has been multiple reports of skimming devices being placed on ATM`s throughout the State of New Jersey

What is a skimming device?
  A skimming device is an attachment to an ATM machine that looks just like the card reader on the machine.  The skimmer is usually accompanied by a pinhole camera placed above the ATM`s key pad to record the PIN being entered.
Where have they been found?
  Banks, convenience stores, hotels, other stores and gas stations.  Many businesses are now checking their machines for these devices.

What do you do if you think a skimming device is on the ATM you are using?
Do not try and remove the device.  If the business is open let them know what you have found or call the local police department.

If you have used your card and discover a skimming device call your bank immediately and report it.  





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1/13/2016 - Burglary of an Occupied Residence

The Middlesex Borough Police Department is investigating a burglary of an occupied residence that occurred on January 12, 2016 at 0342 hours.

Two black males threw a brick through the rear window of the victim`s residence and made entry while the elderly victim was asleep. Suspect 1 was described as a thin to medium build, short black male, wearing a brown hooded jacket with a fur lined hood, dark gloves, and a ski mask. The victim stated that the only exposed skin was around suspect 1`s eyes and mouth. Suspect 2 was described as a thin build, short black male, wearing a black hooded jacket with a fur lined hood, dark gloves and a ski mask. The victim stated that the only exposed skin was around suspect 2`s eyes and mouth. The two suspects stole the victim`s  2013 four door silver Acura TL(See the below photograph) using the victim`s keys. A second vehicle was scene parked across the street from the victim`s residence, described as a small dark sedan. Any agency with information please contact Det. Thomas Carroll at 732-356-1900 ext 268 or tcarroll@middlesexpd.com

Or reply to this website......

 

 (NOT THE ACTUAL VEHICLE)

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12/8/2015 - PHARMACY ROBBERIES IN MIDDLESEX COUNTY

The following is a list of Robberies or attempted Robberies of local pharmacies in Middlesex County

 

September 8, 2015 Rite Aid Pharmacy 416 Rt. 1, Edison New Jersey

Two suspects described as Hispanic males who threatened to use a weapon.  Taken was five bottles of Promethazine with Codeine which is used to make a narcotic drink called, “Learn” The suspects fled on foot.  

 

October 28, 2015 Ultracare Pharmacy 272 George Street, New Brunswick, New Jersey.  Two Hispanic males entered the store shouting this is a robbery.  The suspects demanded medication and placed several types into a bag.  The employees said that the suspects entered the store earlier in the day asking about nausea medication.

 

October 29, 2015 Stelton Pharmacy, Piscataway New Jersey.  One male suspect displayed a weapon.  The suspect was described as either an Asian or Hispanic male.

 

November 27, 2015 the Edison Rite Aid Pharmacy located at 1199 Amboy Avenue was also robbed.

 

December 1, 2015 CVS Pharmacy Rt. 27 and New Road, South Brunswick, New Jersey Two suspects walked in.  One suspect motioned as if he had a weapon in his pocket.  The suspects demanded Promethazine with Codeine.  Suspects left in a black Honda Civic.

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11/10/2015 - SHOT FIRED AT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE ST. JAMES CHURCH
The Jamesburg Police Department and the Middlesex County Prosecutors Office are investigating a shooting that took place on Saturday November 7, 2015 into Sunday November 8, 2015 in the borough of Jamesburg.

A weapon was fired and the projectile struck the front door of St. James Church which is located at 36 Lincoln Ave. In Jamesburg, New Jersey. Anyone with information about this crime should contact Crime Stoppers thru this site.

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7/29/2015 - WANTED FOR MURDER IN THE CITY OF PERTH AMBOYAPPREHENDED

Dewayne Williams

Dewayne Williams DOB 06/19/1992 is wanted for the crime of murder that occurred in the City of Perth Amoby which occurred on 12/7/2014.  Williams was last seen in the City of Newark New Jersey.  If you have any information on Williams please contact this Crime Stoppers of Middlesex Countyor if you see Williams call your local police department right away.

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5/4/2015 - BANK ROBBERY IN OLD BRIDGE, NEW JERSEY
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      On Wednesday 04/29/2015 at approximately 12:53 P.M. a male entered the Chase Bank branch located on Bushnell Road in Old Bridge and demanded money from the teller.  The suspect received an undetermined amount of cash then exited the bank.  

      The suspect appeared to be between 40 and 50 years of age.  He stood approximately 6’1”- 6’2” tall.  The suspect had a tan complexion and an unshaven black and grey beard.  He was wearing a black and red Baltimore Orioles baseball cap and a blue or grey Adidas hooded sweatshirt, black fabric gloves with white and orange accents, blue jeans and sneakers.

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4/1/2015 - Similar Bank Robberies that occurred in March and April of 2015CAPTURED
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Wanted for:

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A WEAPON

POSSESSION OF A WEAPON FOR AN UNLAWFUL PURPOSE

ROBBERY

THEFT

BURGLARY

 

SUSPECT: MARLON PEEK

PLAINFIELD, NJ    D.O.B. 4/20/1976

See this attachment for a photograph of Marlon Peek

Peek, Marlon.pdf

 

THE EDISON POLICE DEPARTMENT IS INVESTIGATING TWO RECENT BANK ROBBERIES THAT OCCURRED IN THE MONTH OF MARCH.

On Tuesday March 17, 2015 a suspect entered the TD Bank located at 2064 Oak Tree Road and approached the teller counter area and where he took a complimentary lollipop.  The suspect then went to a customer counter at the rear of the bank where the deposit/withdrawl slips are kept and wrote a note demanding money. The suspect waited in line and handed the note to a  bank teller.  The suspect only uttered the word "large" in what the teller described as a deep, raspy voice. The suspect handed the teller a  bag in which she placed the money in and handed back to the suspect.  The suspect then exited the bank and walked left in the direction of Grove Avenue.

The suspect description is as follows:  African American male with a dark complexion, approximate height between 5-8 and 5-10, heavy build, approximate age mid to late 30`s, facial stubble with some greywearing a grey baseball hat with black brim and a black logo, "OBEY", with clear construction-style safety glasses, black leather jacket with a grey shirt underneath, a neon yellow safety vest similar to those used by construction workers, baggy light color denim jeans, black heavy-duty rubber gloves and black sneakers with white soles.

  On March 31, 2015 at 2:50PM a suspect entered the Magyar Savings Bank in North Edison gave a demand note to the teller.  The teller complied with the robbery demand and gave the suspect an undetermined amount of various US currency including $2 bills.  The suspect fled in an unknown direction on foot. No weapon was shown although the suspect did threaten to shoot the teller if she failed  to comply with his demand.

The suspect is described as an African American male, dark complexion, approximately 5` 7" to 5` 9" tall, stocky to average build between 170-180 lbs, short hair, unshaven, wearing a navy blue baseball style hat with an unknown logo on the front, navy blue Dickie style work pants, navy blue jacket with a gray in color collar with red and silver reflective piping around the biceps, black in color work boots approximately 35-45 years old and was not wearing glasses.  The clothing the suspect was wearing was described by employees in the bank as looking like a deliveryman for FedEx or another  service.

On April 9, 2015 at 3:56PM the above subject entered the Investors Saving Bank located at 205 North Washington Ave in Dunellen. The suspect handed the teller a deposit slip demanding money.  The bank teller complied with the robbery demand and handed an undetermined amount of money. The suspect then fled out of the bank and North on North Washington Ave.  No vehicle description was given.

Suspect description Black Male, dark complexion, approx 5`-8" to 5`-10"., tall stocky build, unshaven, wearing a black baseball hat and red sweater.

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1/16/2015 - HELP SOLVE A SERIES OF MULTI STATE ARMED ROBBERIESARRESTED

With the assistance and cooperation of Bayonne PD Detective Bureau and Queens NY Robbery Squad the following information has been developed concerning an individual responsible for committing several armed robberies:

The suspect pictured below has committed multiple robberies in New Jersey and New York and is working with other unidentified suspects. They are to be considered armed and dangerous. In some of the cases the victims have been bound  and in some cases the victims were beaten by the suspect. Several days prior to the robberies the suspect(s) have cased the location that was eventually robbed.  There were two armed robberies to travel agencies in Queens New York in November of 2014 Bayonne New Jersey had a Bank Robbery on 12/24/2014.  Woodbridge New Jersey had  a Robbery of a check cashing business on 11/16/2014 where the employee was bound and the suspect attempted to access  the safe.  Woodbridge Police also investigated  a Jewelry Store Robbery on January 14, 2015 involving two suspects.  The vehicle used in the Woodbridge jewelry store case was possibly a newer mid sized car dark in color.

Photo from the Bayonne Bank Robbery

12/24/2014 Bayonne, New Jersey

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12/23/2014 - UNSOLVED HOMICIDE IN PERTH AMBOY ON DECEMBER 7, 2014

Reward offered in homicide

 

          Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and Anthony A. Caputo, chairman and president of Crime Stoppers of Middlesex County Inc., announced today that a reward is being offered to anyone who anonymously provides information that leads to an arrest in the fatal stabbing of a Perth Amboy man more than two weeks ago.

 

          The reward is being offered as an investigation continues into the death of Jean Carlos Morel, 26. He was pronounced dead on December 7, 2014, after police were dispatched to his second-floor apartment on Smith Street in Perth Amboy.

 

No arrests have been made. Anyone wishing to offer information anonymously may contact Crime Stoppers of Middlesex County Inc. The phone number is: 1-800-939-9600. The website is: middlesextips.com. Text messages may be sent to 274637 (CRIMES) with the keyword ‘’midtip’’ followed by a message.

 

Those who call will be given instructions on how to collect cash rewards by using a numerical code that will be recognized by a local bank, which will pay the rewards following approval by Crime Stoppers of Middlesex County Inc.

         

In addition, anyone with information may call Detective Andreea Capraru of the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office at (732) 745-4274, or Detective Sandy Rivera of the Perth Amboy Police Department at (732) 324- 3856.

NJ.Com Article

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12/1/2014 - HELP SOLVE A HOME INVASION IN OLD BRIDGEARRESTED

Fifth home invasion investigated

Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and Chief William Volkert of the Old Bridge Police Department announced today that police are investigating a home invasion in the township.

Police were called after an undisclosed number of men entered the home in Old Bridge, restrained family members, searched the home and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash and jewelry on November 29, 2014.

Police were alerted to the home invasion at 8:51 p.m. The victims reported that armed individuals entered and searched the home at 7:20 p.m.

The home invasion was the fifth in the county in which the victims were of Asian Indian descent. Prior home invasions were committed in Old Bridge on October 20, 2014 and October 26, 2014, in South Plainfield on October 28, 2014, and in Edison on October 30, 2014..

No arrests have been made, but an investigation is active and is continuing with assistance from the New Jersey State Police, the FBI and the Edison, South Plainfield and Old Bridge police departments.

Prosecutor Carey advised residents to be vigilant, watch neighbors’ homes and call police regarding any suspicious activity. He also advised residents to make certain their homes are secure.

Anyone with information is urged to call their local police, or Agent John Selesky of the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office at (732) 745-3439, or Detective John Marotta of the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office at (732) 745- 3331.

 

In addition, Crime Stoppers of Middlesex County Inc. is offering cash rewards to anyone who wants to provide information anonymously.

 

          The Crime Stoppers phone number is: 1-800-939-9600. Anyone with information may access the Crime Stoppers website at middlesextips.com. Text messages with information may also be sent to 274637 (CRIMES) with the keyword ‘’midtip’’ followed by a message.

 

Those who call will be given instructions on how to collect cash rewards by using a numerical code that will be recognized by a local bank, which will pay the rewards following approval by Crime Stoppers of Middlesex County Inc.

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