Manasquan Police are investigating a slew of thefts that reportedly took place last week, a department release says.
Police said they received reports of stolen patio blocks, bakery supply equipment and a vending machine, among other items.
In all, there were six total thefts reported between June 4 and June 11, the release says.
The other reported stolen items were a GPS from a motor vehicle, jewelry and a bicycle, the release says.
Police Chief Elliott Correia was not immediately available for comment Wednesday.
The following thefts, the release says, were reported last week to Manasquan Police:
- June 4: Theft of patio blocks from North Potter Avenue. Patrolman John Mahoney investigated.
- June 5: Theft of a GPS from am motor vehicle on Riddle Way. Patrolman Keith Smith investigated.
- June 8: Theft of a vending machine on East Main Street. Patrolman William Sutton investigated.
- June 8: Theft of bakery supply equipment on East Main Street. Patrolman William Sutton investigated.
- June 8: Theft of jewelry on Atlantic Avenue. Patrolman John Mahoney investigated.
- June 11: Theft of a bicycle on South Potter Avenue. Patrolman Kenneth Hamill investigated.