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New Jersey Cops Seeking Men Who Took Photos of Public School From Public Road

New Jersey police are on the lookout for two men caught on video taking pictures of a public school from a public road, asking the public for help in tracking these men down.

Gloucester Township police say it is important to find these men because they were involved in “suspicious activity.”

They are even providing an anonymous tip line for information leading to the identities of the two men.

As of today, the two men are still at large, armed with their cameras and bolstered by their boldness for daring to take photos in public.

But considering the video posted by the Gloucester Township Police Department has been shared almost 400 times on Facebook since Monday and has been viewed more than 7,000 times on Youtube – not to mention reposted by NBC Philadelphia and PhillyVoice – it should only be a matter of time before these men are found, allowing the community to breathe easy once again.

The incident took place Sunday, September 13, so it does not appear as if they compromised the safety of students while engaging in the suspicious activity.

According to the department’s Facebook page:

At 1:20 PM, a younger white male operating a dark sedan stopped on Erial Road and captured photos of the front of the school with a phone. The vehicle appears to have a missing front driver’s side hubcap.

At 1:30 PM, an older white male operating a small red vehicle, possibly a Ford, drove onto the property and circled the rear lot. The vehicle then drives onto the front lot, the male driver exited the vehicle, and appears to be capturing several photos of the school. An unknown passenger was also observed inside the red vehicle.

If you have any information or can identify the vehicles or the occupants, contact the Gloucester Township Police Department’s main number at 856-228-4500, or call our GTPD Anonymous Crime Tip Line: 856-842-5560.


Although the Gloucester Township Police Department maintains an active Facebook page, it is not too keen on receiving feedback from the community, maintaining a strict “NO COMMENTS” policy as you can see in comments section in the screenshot below, which is posted in every update they make.

So it might take a call to their anonymous tip line to let them know these men are protected by the First Amendment.



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