Post Date August 9, 2012 - Cherry Hill NJ Homeowners Insurance claims filed after a man is caught while trying to break into a Randy Drive garage. The burglar then admitted to authorities that he had already committed 26 prior burglaries. Local police were already on tight watch and were closely investigating the long string of theft incidents which caused 25 Cherry Hill NJ Homeowners Insurance Claims. After the 25 theft incidents, Cherry Hill, NJ Police spotted Matthew McGuire, 20, while trying to break into a vehicle on Randy Drive.
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According to reports, as McGuire failed to break into the vehicle, he tried to open a garage door to a nearby home. After being arrested by the Cherry Hill Police, McGuire then admitted to the other thefts. With his admission, McGuire was charged with 22 counts of theft, 26 counts of burglary, and one count of possession of burglary tools. Unable to make bail, McGuire was sent to Camden County Jail. Cherry Hill NJ Police were able to recover some of the stolen items McGuire was accused of stealing. These items can be viewed on Cherry Hill police website. Any victims whom were robbed and or file a Cherry Hill NJ Homeowners Insurance Claim can make inquiries with regards to the recovered stolen properties with Detective Mark Buebler of the Cherry Hill NJ Police Department.
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