Camden County NJ Burglary LawyersCamden County law enforcement is looking for two men accused of breaking into a local school earlier this year and stealing money and computers.

According to Camden County officials, the theft incident went down around 2:30 p.m. on May 29 at the Forest Hill School. The school, which is located on Wildwood Avenue in Camden NJ, was closed when the break-in occurred.

The suspects were reportedly able to gain access to the school by breaking the lock on a door. Once inside the building, the suspects allegedly entered several rooms and stole money and laptop computers.

The theft crime was committed in May, but Camden County authorities have not caught a break in the investigation. As a result, Camden County police recently released video surveillance images of the suspects in the process of committing the theft. Authorities hope that someone might recognize the suspects and provide police with information about their whereabouts.

Camden County police posted the surveillance video footage on the police department’s website, Facebook page, and YouTube account.

If law enforcement can figure out the identities of the suspects, the culprits would like be subject to very serious criminal charges for theft of movable property and burglary.

For additional information about this case, read the article, “Cash, Laptops Missing after Camden School Theft, Cops Say.”