The radar is up in Cumberland County as authorities are looking for a man they say is responsible for a number of burglaries.

New Jersey State Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the man in the photo above. They say he's a suspect in several burglaries in Cumberland County.

Police say that on June 24th detectives started investigating burglaries at several farms in Hopewell Township. They say the suspect "allegedly stole from employees that work at the farms."

During their investigation, detectives found that July 1, the man pictured below stole cash from the Lincoln Deli and Market in Bridgeton.Detectives have now linked the suspect to the other burglaries.
New Jersey State Police are asking anyone with information on the man to contact the New Jersey State Police Bridgeton Station at 856-451-0101. Anonymous tips are welcome.


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