Police Looking for Leads in North Camden Little League Snack Stand Burglary


Authorities say the break-in was reported to police Wednesday.

By Matt Skoufalos | June 23, 2019

Surveillance photos of a truck Camden police believe was used in a burglary of the North Camden Little League snack stand. Credit: Camden County Police.

Camden County Police are looking for information in connection with a burglary of the North Camden Little League snack stand that is believed to have occurred within the past week.

The incident was reported to police June 19; the snack stand is located near the corner of 6th and Erie Streets in Camden City.

Reported stolen was kitchen equipment—a flat-top grill, refrigerators, a water ice freezer, a deep fryer, coolers, a microwave—as well as food and drink: hot dogs, hamburgers, rolls, beverages, plastic containers and cutlery.

Police have provided surveillance photos of a white pickup truck believed to have been used in the burglary as well as of a suspect allegedly seen pushing a water ice freezer down the street.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call the Camden County Police Department at 856-757-7042.

A crowdfunding effort has been organized to replace the items that were stolen. Details here.

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