Thursday, August 23, 2012
After releasing three suspects' photos on social media sites, Gloucester Township Police arrested three women in two separate shoplifting cases at Kmart and ShopRite.
Update, 11:45 a.m., Aug. 23: That was fast. Gloucester Township Police announced on their Facebook page that all three suspects in two shoplifting incidents have been apprehended. "Two shoplifting incidents solved in one day, thanks to YOUR tips!" police posted. Stay with Gloucester Township Patch for details on the arrests. ----------------------------- Gloucester Township Police are asking for help in identifying the suspects in two separate shoplifting cases. The first happened on Aug. 7 at the Kmart on Blackwood-Clementon Road at about 9:30 p.m. Two women placed about $248 worth of clothing in diaper bags while in the store's changing rooms. They fled the store when security attempted to stop them at the exit. One of the diaper bags …
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
The shoplifting incident occurred at the Blackwood Clementon Road Rite Aid on Saturday.
No guy wants to lose his hair, but is breaking the law really the way to go about making sure it doesn't happen? That's exactly what Gloucester Township Police say happened this past weekend. Police have released surveillance video footage that shows a man stealing a box of Rogaine from the Blackwood Clementon Road Rite Aid last week. The crime occurred at around 6:05 p.m. Saturday. The video, which the police department posted to its YouTube page on Tuesday, shows the suspect grab a bottle of the hair-growth stimulant, valued at $53, and conceal it in one of his pockets. The store's alarm was triggered when the suspect left the store. The suspect was accompanied into the store by a female, who was also captured on the surveillance video. …
Thursday, June 21, 2012
The suspect used two purses to load up electronics, then fled from the Blackwood Clementon Road store.
Gloucester Township Police hope the public can help identify the man they say stole nearly $500 in merchandise from the Blackwood Clementon Road Kmart during a visit there last week. The shoplifting incident occurred Tuesday, June 12, at around 3:15 p.m. Police have released photos of the suspect, which were captured by the store's surveillance cameras, through the township's Crime Stoppers program. The suspect entered the store, grabbed two Joe Boxer purses, then proceeded to the electronics section. The suspect then filled the purses with various electronics items. Police described the suspect as a black male who had facial hair and was wearing a dark green jacket, light-colored T-shirt and blue jeans at the time of the theft. The store'…
Saturday, June 16, 2012
The incident occurred on June 8.
Gloucester Township Police Department issued the following Crime Stoppers press release, with accompanying photos of the suspect, this week regarding a case of shoplifting at Kmart: Gloucester Township Police Crime Stoppers-Shoplifting Kmart Blackwood Clementon Road On June 8, 2012, at approximately 6:07 p.m., the suspect, described as a light skin black or Hispanic male, short hair, 6-foot tall, and approximately 175 pounds, wearing a dark colored button down shirt and light colored khaki pants, entered the Kmart store and walked to the electronics department. Upon entering the department he walked to the aisle containing MP3 players and attempts to tamper with the security device on the end of the rack. After a few minutes the suspect is…
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
The crimes occurred March 8 and March 11.
Gloucester Township Police have posted surveillance video from two recent shoplifting incidents at drugstores to YouTube. The crimes occurred March 8 at the Blackwood Clementon Road Rite Aid and March 11 at the College Drive CVS. The suspect in both crimes are described by police as white females. For additional information on the suspects, view the YouTube videos here on Gloucester Township Patch. Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to contact police dispatch at 856-228-4500 or the township's anonymous crime hotline at 856-842-5560.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Both incidents occurred this week.
Gloucester Township Police are seeking the public's help identifying suspects in two separate shoplifting incidents that occurred at Blackwood Clementon Road businesses earlier this week. Police have posted videos to their YouTube channel that show the suspects inside Kmart and Radio Shack, where they each allegedly shoplifted more than $100 in merchandise in their respective crimes. Those videos can be viewed by clicking the thumbnail images to the right. The Kmart suspect allegedly stole seven Xbox videogames from the store at around 6:30 p.m. Monday. The games are valued at a total of roughly $140. Police described the Kmart suspect as a stocky, white male who has short, dark hair. The suspect, who was wearing an "Eagles Football" …
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Police have released surveillance footage showing two men who allegedly stole $2,360 in cologne from a Rite Aid store on Feb. 6.
Police on Wednesday released surveillance video footage from the Blackwood Clementon Road Rite Aid that shows two suspects wanted in the theft of $2,360 worth of cologne from the drugstore earlier this month. The crime occurred on Monday, Feb. 6, according to police. Police allege the two men stole 48 bottles of cologne from the store. Gloucester Township Police described one suspect as a light-skinned white male who is about 5 feet 11 inches tall, weighs 225 pounds and is bald. He was wearing blue jeans, a black sweater, a black coat with orange around its hood, and a cream or light gray button-up shirt. Police described the second suspect as a medium-skinned white male who is about 5 feet 7 inches tall, 150 pounds and with dark hair. He …
Friday, January 13, 2012
Police say a Sicklerville teen got into an altercation at a Wawa with customers he believed were writing down his car's license plate number.
An 18-year-old Sicklerville man is facing a robbery charge, police say, after he got into an altercation with fellow Wawa customers he believed were attempting to help the store report his alleged shoplifting to authorities. Gloucester Township Police were summoned to the Wawa at 2700 Sicklerville Road, in Erial, at 12:04 p.m. Thursday for a report of a disturbance in the parking lot, according to Sgt. Kevin Thyne. The responding officers were told by witnesses that a customer who had fled the store just prior to their arrival got into an altercation with fellow customers he felt were writing down his car's license plate number. Wawa employees had confronted the suspect after allegedly spotting him concealing items in the store. Before …
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
An alleged shoplifting incident turned into a robbery when the suspect knocked a phone out of a security guard's hand.
Police have released photos of a man wanted in connection with an alleged shoplifting-turned-robbery incident at Kmart. The incident occurred Dec. 8 at around 9:30 p.m., according to police. When approached by a Kmart security guard who believed the man had been concealing merchandise in an attempt to steal it, the suspect knocked a phone out of the security guard's hand and fled the store. Police described described the suspect as a black male who was wearing a black jacket with a gold dragons on it, a black baseball cap and a white, hooded sweatshirt. The suspect fled as a passenger in a gray or silver Honda, which headed east on Blackwood Clementon Road toward Pine Hill. Police ask that anyone who can identify the suspect call police …
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Police say the couple attempted to conceal nearly $200 worth of merchandise under a baby blanket on Thanksgiving.
UPDATE, 11:17 a.m.: An arrest has been made in this shoplifting case. Police say they received a tip that led to the arrest of Christina M. Gleadall, 28, of West Branch Avenue, Pine Hill, after using social media and Global Connect, a community notification service, to put out images of the two suspects Tuesday morning. Police identified the male suspect, but did not charge him. Gleadall was charged with shoplifting and using a juvenile under 17 to commit a criminal offense after she was interviewed by detectives following her arrest Tuesday night. She was released on her own recognizance pending court. An initial police press release on this case indicated the value of the merchandise Gleadall is now accused of attempting to steal was …