Police Seek to ID Man Who Stole 82 Year Old Woman's Wallet in ShopRite

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Man steals 82 year old womans wallet. Please watch and identify him.On January 17th Officer Scott Fallano responded to the Shoprite located at #2 Route 37 West. Upon arrival he met an 82 year old Manchester woman who was reporting that her wallet was stolen from her shopping cart. The wallet appears to have been removed from her cart around 2pm. The investigation developed a person of interest that our detectives would like to speak to. He is a white man in his 40’s and wears glasses. On the date of the incident he was wearing a dark colored hooded sweatshirt, jeans, and sneakers with white laces. Anyone who can identify the man should contact Detective Tom Grosse at 732-349-0150 extension 1263 or tgrosse@trpolice.org. The man in the attached video can be seen walking from the top of the screen towards the store exit without a shopping cart.

Posted by Toms River Police Department on Wednesday, January 18, 2017

TOMS RIVER-On January 17th Officer Scott Fallano responded to the Shoprite located at #2 Route 37 West. Upon arrival he met an 82 year old Manchester woman who was reporting that her wallet was stolen from her shopping cart. The wallet appears to have been removed from her cart around 2pm. The investigation developed a person of interest that our detectives would like to speak to. He is a white man in his 40’s and wears glasses. On the date of the incident he was wearing a dark colored hooded sweatshirt, jeans, and sneakers with white laces. Anyone who can identify the man should contact Detective Tom Grosse at 732-349-0150 extension 1263 or tgrosse@trpolice.org. The man in the attached video can be seen walking from the top of the screen towards the store exit without a shopping cart.

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