Troopers Investigate a Home Invasion Robbery
Release New Suspect Sketch
Fairfield Township, Cumberland County, N.J. -- Troopers and detectives from the Bridgeton State Police Barracks are investigating a home invasion robbery and asking for the public's help to identify a suspect based on a new sketch.
On Friday, June 7, two or three black males arrived at a home on Bridgeton-Millville Pike in the Gouldtown section of Fairfield Township. They asked the woman at the home about purchasing an item for sale in a yard sale. The suspects entered the residence, assaulted woman, who was home alone at the time, tied her to a kitchen chair and then proceeded to ransack her home. The suspects reportedly stole numerous items including jewelry, cash, coins, and numerous other valuables before fleeing the area.
One suspect was described as a light skin black male with a shaved head, approximately 5’6” tall with an average build was driving an older model red car, possibly a Toyota Tercel. A State Police sketch artist just completed a composite drawing of that suspect, which is attached. The second suspect was described as having a medium dark complexion with long braids pulled back into a pony tail and also having an average build.
Anyone with information that would assist in the identification of the suspects involved is asked to contact the NJSP Bridgeton Station detectives at (856) 451-0101. Callers may remain anonymous.
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