Jackson Police Searching for Catalytic Converter Thieves

JACKSON TOWNSHIP, NJ –  The Jackson Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects involved in recent thefts.

On November 4, 2020 officers responded to a business complex located at 436 West Commodore Blvd. after a business owner was awakened by an alert that his security cameras had been activated at approximately 4:22 am. The caller then observed that multiple suspects were at the location doing something to parked vehicles.
It was discovered that multiple vehicles which had been parked at the location had the catalytic converters cut off of them. Various pieces of scrap metal and aluminum wheels valued at $1,000.00 had also been stolen.
The security video (photos attached) indicated that three suspects which were dressed in dark clothing and wearing hoods to conceal themselves had been at the property. They arrived in a black colored pickup truck at approximately 4:22 am and departed at approximately 4:55 am in the direction of Wright-Debow Road.
Also on this date, a resident of Toms River Road near the Manchester border reported that a vehicle listed for sale that was parked on his property near the roadway, had the catalytic converter cut off of the vehicle.
Anyone who may have information on these incidents, the suspects or the pictured suspect vehicle is asked to contact Jackson Detective Robert Reiff or Detective Craig Lindenberg at 732-928-1111 or through the department’s Stop It app.