Police Capture Suspect Accused of Burglary Spree in Englewood, NJ
Authorities recently arrested the fifth member of a crew that was allegedly responsible for a burglary spree in Englewood, NJ.
The five suspects have been accused of carrying out the burglaries at homes on Route 17 in Englewood, NJ.
According to Bergen County prosecutors, the suspects stole cash and property. During one of the break-ins, the suspects reportedly took items, including jewelry and historical artifacts, with a total value of more than $750,000.
Law enforcement agencies collaborated on the investigation into the break-ins and eventually identified all five members of the burglary crew. The investigating agencies included police departments in Englewood, Paramus, Tenafly, and Saddle River, as well as the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Police apprehended four of the theft crime suspects with little difficulty, but the fifth suspect was more elusive. Authorities eventually captured him at a home located in Englewood, NJ.
The suspects are all from Bergen County, New Jersey. Theft face multiple counts of burglary and theft of movable property.
For further information about this case, go to the Teaneck Patch article, “Fifth Arrest Made in Rt. 17 Burglary Blitz.”