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Police Seeks Public's Help In IDing Suspected Church Thieves

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EVESHAM TWP., N.J. -

The Evesham Police Department is asking for the public's help to identify a duo who stole money and electronics from a church.

According to police, on October 19, 2013, the Evesham Police Department responded to the Church of St. Isaac Jogues, for a theft complaint.

Investigation and examination of surveillance determined that a white male took two trips into the church. First time, he emptied some money from a "poor-box." Second time, he along with his suspected white female accomplice, removed and loaded a 60 inch LCD television from into the getaway vehicle. The vehicle, according to authorities, is a newer model black GMC crossover style vehicle.

If anyone knows the identity of these suspects, then please contact the Evesham Police Department at 856-983-1116, the Confidential Tip Line at 856-983-4699 or email at Facebook@Eveshampd.org. Anonymous tips can also be texted to 847411

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