Madison NJ law enforcement is trying to find members of the “Felony Lane Gang,” an auto theft ring that reportedly breaks into vehicles parked in various parts of Morris County, New Jersey.
The car thieves are allegedly responsible for several car burglaries in the last few months. According to Morris County authorities, the suspects break into motor vehicles parked outside businesses, schools, and parks. Once inside the cars, the suspects allegedly steal personal possessions that have been left behind.
The most recent car burglary happened outside a Walgreens in Madison, New Jersey. The Madison Police Department got a report of two vehicle break-ins around 10:00 a.m. The cars were parked in the pharmacy parking lot and left unattended for a short amount of time.
The suspects reportedly smashed the passenger-door windows, entered the cars, and stole a purse and other valuable items.
Detectives with the Madison Police Department are conducting an investigation into the recent car burglaries and thefts. Investigators have already determined that members of the “Felony Lane Gang” could be the culprits.
Any members of the public with information about the recent car break-ins should call Madison detectives at 973-593-3014.
For additional information, check out the NJ.com article, “Cops Investigating Possible ‘Felony Lane Gang’ Car Break-ins in Madison.”