Manalapan Home Reportedly Burglarized While Owner At Work

Police report that a home was burglarized on April 22 in a neighborhood off Union Hill Road.

Manalapan Police say that a house on Templar Road was burglarized on April 22 and $10,000 worth of goods were reportedly stolen. 

The homeowner called police at 9:05 p.m. to reported his residence was forcibly entered while he was at work. Templar Road is off Ivanhoe Drive, in a neighborhood off Union Hill Road. 

In their press release today, police said that a safe was broken in to and $10,000 worth of gold jewelry, coins, and cash were stolen. 

Ptl. Matthew Meyler handled the initial investigation. Det. Kevin Schmidt responded and began an initial investigation.  

Howell Officer Nicholas Bondarew responded to the scene to assist in the investigation with his K-9 Partner, Jago. 

Police ask anyone with information to contact Detective Kevin Schmidt at the Manalapan Township Police Department. 

antonio movado April 29, 2014 at 04:23 PM
Cheezy Safe........
Geneen G April 30, 2014 at 08:18 PM
A K9??? Seriously? While i feel for the homeowners knowing first hand what getting burglarized feels like, i wish you luck with the Manalapan PD. I am very upset the way they handled my situation. They had me come THERE to fill out report. The gave me a detective that couldnt detect. There were only 2 kids that were the suspects!!! I hadnt recd any hope or positive feedback. They promised i wouldnt be forgotten..... In August it will be 2 years. They let me down- big time. Ive never been more disappointed.


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