Florham Park, NJ police are hoping that the public might be able to help them in identifying four robbery suspects.
Four men allegedly entered a Farleigh Dickinson University (FDU) building last year and robbed and assault three university students.
The robberies happened last November, but Florham Park police did not actually release images of the suspects until a month later. The police also chose not to release any information about the robberies.
Since first releasing images, several more photos have been released to the public in the hopes that someone will be able to come forward with information about the robbers. Authorities remain optimistic that someone will eventually recognize the suspects.
The alleged robberies and assaults occurred in Building No. 7 of the FDU Dormitory Village.
In New Jersey, the penalties for armed robbery are codified in N.J.S.A. 2C:15-1. In accordance with the statute, NJ prosecutors typically charge armed robbery a first degree felony. In this case, the suspects could each face 20 years in state prison if they are apprehended and convicted.
For more information, read the NJ.com article entitled “Cops Still Seeking Four Men after Students Robbed, Assaulted at FDU.“
If you are facing armed robbery charges in New Jersey, contact Morristown NJ criminal defense attorney Alissa D. Hascup for a free consultation about your case.