Cliffside Park NJ police is searching for a man who allegedly stole cash from the donation box at a local church.
According to law enforcement, the suspect committed the theft offenses at least twice at Church of Epiphany in Cliffside Park, NJ.
The two theft crimes occurred in the same month. The suspect, an unidentified man, allegedly entered the Cliffside Park church and stole an unspecified amount of money from a donation box.
Cliffside Park Police Department detectives are actively investigating the theft crimes and trying to identify the culprit. So far, law enforcement has not been able to determine the identity of the suspect.
Detectives obtained video surveillance images that reportedly show the suspect committing one of the donation box thefts. Cliffside Park NJ police recently released the surveillance photos.
If Cliffside Park police can identify and apprehend the suspect, he would probably be subject to criminal charges for theft of movable property.
Anyone with information about the suspect or the theft crimes should call Cliffside Park NJ detectives at 201-945-3600.
For more information about this case, read the NJ.com article, “Man Reportedly Stole from North Jersey Church Twice in a Month.”