WANTED: Magazine sellers vandalized cars after getting shot down, cops say
Two people seen on residential security cameras selling door-to-door magazine subscriptions in Voorhees are accused of vandalizing at least five vehicles after their sales pitches were denied.
According to the timestamp on one home's surveillance footage, the pair was turned down Monday evening, police said. Cars were then vandalized on Tenby Chase and William Feather Drives, police said.
Police said Tuesday the incidents are considered criminal mischief offenses, and the two people in the videos and images are wanted for questioning.
Authorities are asking anyone who knows the identities of the pair to contact Detective Joe Gonnion at 856-882-1142 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or to call (856) 428-5400 or 911 if the individuals are seen in person. Voorhees Police also maintain an anonymous tip line online or at (856) 627-7174.
Police also issued reminders that solicitors are required by local ordinance to register with the township clerk, and home and business owners can register their security cameras with the police department to assist in future investigations.
Patrick Lavery produces "New Jersey's First News" and is New Jersey 101.5's morning drive breaking news reporter. Follow him on Twitter @plavery1015 or email email@example.com.