Police in South Jersey Want to Find Who’s Been Cutting Verizon Lines
Police say a vandal has been cutting Verizon lines in South Jersey, and now there's a $10,000 reward to find out who's responsible.
Verizon fiber-optic and copper communications lines were severed sometime in March and then again on April 29th on Springdale Rd. in Cherry Hill, according to Patch.com.
There were also two incidents in Evesham Township, on January 5th and February 23rd, which knocked out phone and internet access for hundreds of subscribers.
Photos of the truck that may be involved have been posted by Evesham Twp. Police on Facebook.
Police suspect there may have been up to 10 of these incidents around South Jersey, including in Shamong.
Anyone with tips related to these crimes is urged to contact Evesham Police Department at 856-983-1116, the Confidential Tip Line at 856-983-4699 or by texting ETPDTIP to 847411.