A man last week burglarized several cars in Vineland, NJ, making away with men's shorts, t-shirts, socks, a pair of handcuffs and an EMS badge, among other items, police said.
The suspect, described as a heavy set white or Hispanic male wearing a black t-shirt and black shorts, was allegedly seen entering a car on the 400 block of South East Avenue.
Taken from one vehicle was an LA Police Gear black gym bag, two pairs of men's size-34 shorts, three pairs of size-large men's t-shirts, two pairs of black socks, a set of handcuffs and key, a pocket knife, a lime green Vineland EMS traffic vest, a portable radio, a Nomex mask, a City of Vineland EMS badge and nameplate, a City of Vineland photo ID and loose change and pens, police said.
Two other men reported a suspect of the same description breaking into their cars on the 700 block of Allen Avenue and the unit block of Ewan Terrace.
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