Pennsauken Police Looking to ID Suspects in Home Invasion, Car Theft, Assault of Senior


An 89-year-old woman was injured and her car stolen after a break-in early Tuesday morning. Police are looking for a pair of men they say were involved in the incident. 

By Matt Skoufalos | July 26, 2019

Suspects wanted in a Pennsauken home invasion and robbery. Credit: Pennsauken Police.

Pennsauken Police are looking for help from the public identifying a pair of suspects they say broke into the home of an 89-year-old township woman, assaulted her, and stole her car.

The Camden County Prosecutor’s Office (CCPO) described the incident as a home invasion that occurred around 1:40 a.m. July 23 in the 4100 block of Frostoffer Avenue.

The woman was screaming from inside her home when officers approached, CCPO said in a statement Friday.

Police transported her to a nearby hospital for treatment, and later recovered her vehicle, which was taken in the robbery.

Authorities advise that no one should attempt to approach the suspects, if encountered.

Information on their identity or location may be sent to CCPO Det. Jeremy Jankowski at 856- 580-5950, Pennsauken Det. Paul McCausland at 856-488-0080, x2409, or e-mailed to

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