New Jersey State Police Seek Assistance in Identifying Suspects Involved in Criminal Mischief
HAINESPORT TOWNSHIP, NJ – The New Jersey State Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying three individuals wanted in connection with a criminal mischief incident that occurred on August 9, 2023, in Hainesport Township, Burlington County. Troopers from the Bordentown Station responded to a complaint of criminal mischief and found multiple graffiti markings on a statue known as “Big Rusty,” which is owned by Hainesport Township.
The authorities are urging anyone with information about the suspects or who may recognize them to come forward. They can contact Trooper Joseph Couzo at the Bordentown Station by calling 609-298-1171, extension 5174. Anonymous tips are also welcome and can provide valuable leads in the investigation.
The New Jersey State Police have released two images related to this incident. One of the images shows the graffiti markings on the statue of “Big Rusty,” while the other shows the three suspects believed to be involved in the criminal mischief. These images can be viewed on the official website of the MidJersey News.
Law enforcement agencies rely on the collaboration of the community to solve crimes, and the New Jersey State Police are hopeful that someone will come forward with information that can help identify the suspects and bring them to justice. By working together, we can ensure that our communities remain safe and protected from acts of vandalism and other crimes.
If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact Trooper Joseph Couzo at the Bordentown Station by calling 609-298-1171, extension 5174. Remember, anonymous tips are also accepted, and your identity will be protected. Let us stand united against crime and help preserve the integrity of our neighborhoods.
The investigation into the criminal mischief on “Big Rusty” is ongoing, and any information provided can make a significant difference in the case. Together, we can make a safer and more secure community for everyone.