We often see police in South Jersey asking for help as they search for people who, perhaps, shoplifted or maybe even stole some packages off of a porch. Now, cops are looking for a fence bandit.

The New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife is asking for your help finding the person or people responsible for stealing eight rather large fence panels from the Corbin City section of the Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area.

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Map of the Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area - Graphic: Google Maps

Officials say, "these panels house water control structures that are critically important for maintaining water levels in the management area’s impoundments."

The fencing that state officials say was stolen from the Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area in Corbin City NJ - Photo: New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife

If you have any information that may assist Conservation Police Officers, you are asked to call the 24-hour NJDEP Hotline at (877) WARN-DEP (877-927-6337).

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