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South Brunswick police looking for suspect who stole 'Hugs for Brady' jar

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By: Tom Davis (Patch Editor)

South Brunswick Police released two images of a suspect who stole a donation jar from a local restaurant.

The suspect went to the Jersey Diner on Route 130 and ordered some fries and a drink saying he had a long drive ahead of him. As he waited by the register he picked up a donation jar belonging to the Hugs for Brady Foundation and emptied the money into his jacket pockets.

The donation jar contained approximately $150 dollars in it at the time of the theft. The suspect left before the theft was detected.

Video surveillance from the restaurant shows the suspect stealing the money at 5:23 p.m. on Sunday, March 23. The suspect is a white male, late 40s to early 50s, grey hair, mustache, with a significant bald spot on the back of his head. He was wearing a blue zipper hooded sweat shirt.

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