Aug 05, 2022
Suspect Used 'Vicegrip' Tool In Back-To-Back Morris County Pharmacy Burglaries, Police Say
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Authorities are seeking clues on a second burglary that occurred at a pharmacy in Morris County less than 24 hours after the first.
Less than 24 hours later, an unidentified man was seen on surveillance footage inside the Morris Plains Pharmacy at 1745 Rt. 10 East, the Morris County Sheriff’s CrimeStoppers said.
A check of the pharmacy, once again, showed that nothing had been disturbed, though it seemed that the suspect was trying to find medication, police said.
The suspect also used what appeared to be a “vicegrip” type tool to remove the locking cylinder before entering the pharmacy, authorities said.
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Both break-ins remain under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact CrimeStoppers at http://copcall.org or call 973-COP-CALL. Callers could receive a reward of up to $1,000.
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Man Who Sexually Assaulted Victim In Dumfries Walmart, Arrested: Police
A Dumfries man was arrested for sexually assaulting another customer in a local Walmart, police said.
On August 13, at around 1 p.m., a 27-year-old female victim was inappropriately touched by an unknown male in an at Walmart, Prince William County police said.
She initially chased after the suspect, but he left the aisle and fled the store, officials reported.
On August 16, officers identified the suspect, 62-year-old Shane Langley, in Woodbridge and he was charged with sexual assault, authorities said.
Langley had a pending court date and no available bond information, police said.