Ocean Township police seek “wedding crashers”

     A trio of wedding crashers mingled with guests, consumed beverages, and took selfies in a photo booth before one threw a facility manager to the ground, police said. (Photo: Ocean Township Police Department)

    A trio of wedding crashers mingled with guests, consumed beverages, and took selfies in a photo booth before one threw a facility manager to the ground, police said. (Photo: Ocean Township Police Department)

    A trio of wedding crashers in Monmouth County mingled with guests, consumed beverages, and took selfies in a photo booth before one threw a facility manager to the ground, police in  said.

    Ocean Township Police Department Officer Randy Slawsky was dispatched to The English Manor banquet facility in Wanamassa shortly before 8 p.m. Saturday in reference to three males who attended a wedding reception “without permission or invitation,” said Ocean Township Police Department Lt. Kevin L. Faller in a release. 

    The three, who were dressed in suits, participated in wedding activities — mingling, consuming beverages, and taking pictures in a photo booth — before they were discovered and a manager attempted to detain them until police arrived, according to Faller. 

    “One of the three males threw the female manager to the ground, and all three fled in an unknown direction of travel,” Faller said. 

    The men are facing a strong-armed robbery charge due to consuming beverages and using the photo booth before allegedly assaulting the manager, NJ.com reported

    Police area asking anyone who recognizes the three males to call Det. Jesse Orbach at (732) 531-1800, the department’s Crime Tip Hotline at (732) 531-3323, or email CrimeTips@oceantwp.org.

    All information will be kept confidential.

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