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Barrington police involved in arrests related to series of vehicle burglaries along border in Haddon Heights

The Haddon Heights Police Department reports the following on its Facebook page:

Haddon Heights policeOn Oct. 7, just after midnight, a witness observed a suspect possibly burglarizing vehicles in the 400 block of First Avenue. Haddon Heights Police Department officers were able to locate the suspect, who was inside a vehicle. The suspect was not listening to officer commands and reaching towards his waist; he was taken to the ground and arrested. A knife was found in his waistband.

Shortly thereafter, officers determined the male suspect had a female accomplice. She was stopped by police in the 500 block of White Horse Pike and taken into custody by Haddon Heights Police Department and Barrington Police Department.

Both suspects were charged accordingly and remanded to the Camden County Jail.

Eight incidents were resolved based on this investigation, they were in the areas of: 400 block of First Avenue, 300 block of Crest, four incidents on the 500 block of Fourth Avenue, 400 block of 2 Second Avenue and the 500 block of Third Avenue.

Haddon Heights Police Department would like to thank the witness for his prompt call alerting police. Additionally, we would like to thank all assisting departments.

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2 comments on “Barrington police involved in arrests related to series of vehicle burglaries along border in Haddon Heights

  1. John W.
    October 11, 2013

    Again I ask why no names of the suspects?

    • Barrington Bulletin
      October 11, 2013

      This one came via Haddon Heights PD. I will bring your question regarding the Barrington police log to the attention of the department and share any response given.

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