Brick Police: 2k in electronic fitness bracelets stolen from Verizon store

     A surveillance image of the woman, right, police suspect stole merchandise from a Verizon store in Brick on March 1. Image courtesy of the Brick Township Police Department.

    A surveillance image of the woman, right, police suspect stole merchandise from a Verizon store in Brick on March 1. Image courtesy of the Brick Township Police Department.

    The Brick Township Police Department requests the public’s help in identifying a theft suspect.  

    A woman is believed to have stolen 24 “Jawbone UP24” electronic bracelets from the Verizon store at 481 Route 70 in Brick on March 1, said Sgt. Henry J. Drew, the department’s Public Information Officer, in a release.

    The stolen bracelets are valued at approximately $2,000, Drew said.

    The suspect, believed to be a white woman in her twenties, is described as approximately 5-feet, 2-inches to 5-feet, 4-inches tall and 120 pounds, with brown hair and dark eyes, according to the release.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Daniel Waleski at (732) 262-1170 or the police department directly at (732) 262-1100.

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