Mercedes Stolen And 7 Cars Burlgarized On Memorial Day In Livingston

by | Jun 2, 2022 | Golf Shoes

LIVINGSTON, NJ — The Livingston police had a full slate of crimes to attend to on Memorial Day when a Mercedes was stolen and seven other cars were entered and burglarized, they said.

Police said Monday, a Mercedes Benz S560 was stolen from Martin Road. It had been left unlocked with a key fob in it.

The following cars were burglarized on Memorial Day:

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  • Thurston Drive: Land Rover Discovery, stolen were credit cards and sunglasses
  • Thurston Drive: BMW 540, stolen was small bottle of nail polish
  • West Lawn Road: Cadillac, stolen were golf shoes, cash, and other items
  • Willow Lane: Audi A4, stolen was a change purse
  • Willow Lane: BMW, vehicle entered and ransacked.
  • Cedar Gate Drive: 2020 Lexus GX4 and 2019 Jeep Wranger. The Lexus was parked in the driveway. Taken from it were a tote bag and the a garage door opener. The opener was then used to open the garage door. The thief or thieves entered the Jeep Wrangler and ransacked it.
  • Trinity Drive: Jeep Grand Cherokee, attempt only. The vehicle was locked.

Also, on May 27 at 4:30 p.m., Livingston officers responded to St Barnabas Medical Center on a report of a stolen catalytic converter. Upon arrival, officers found that a 2009 Toyota Prius that had been parked in the lot had its catalytic converter cut out and stolen.

The Livingston Detective Bureau is investigating these crimes.

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Mercedes Stolen And 7 Cars Burlgarized On Memorial Day In Livingston

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