Atlantic City Police Ask for Help Identifying Burglary Suspect
Atlantic City Police investigating a string of burglaries in the city have made three arrests and now they are asking for your help identifying a fourth suspect in the case.
According to the ACPD Facebook page...
"On April 18, 2017, patrol officers responded to the north blocks of Brighton Avenue and St. David’s Place for a report of a burglary. After the burglary occurred on Brighton Avenue, witnesses followed the suspects to St. David’s Place. Through an investigation by officers on scene, Tyseema Bing and Maurice Jackson were arrested for being involved in the burglary. A third male left the scene before officers arrived. His identity is unknown and we are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying him.
While searching Jackson’s residence, officers located items that were stolen from the Brighton Avenue residence. Items were also recovered from a burglary that had been reported earlier the same day in 3400 block of Winchester Avenue.
Atlantic City Police remind you to keep your doors and cars locked and to report any suspicious activity immediately. If you have any information about this recent rash of burglaries, contact the Atlantic City Police Department Criminal Investigations Section at 609-347-5766.
Here is the posting from the ACPD Facebook page