The Parsippany Police Department says it needs citizens' help to provide information regarding its investigation into two vehicle burglaries that took place Dec. 3 in separate locations. New surveillance photos show the faces of two men police believe to be persons of interest in the case.
Police as of now want to find these men for questioning, according to department spokesperson Ptlm. Earl Kinsey. They are not yet being called suspects.
Police said early last Saturday evening, Officer Andrew Sadowski responded to reports of burglaries to two vehicles.
The first occurred in the parking area of Pro Haircutters at 1127 Route 46, where the driver’s side window of a Honda was smashed and a wallet was stolen out of the center console, according to Kinsey.
The second reported burglary occurred in the parking area of the Empire Diner. Police said the rear passenger window of a vehicle was smashed and a Tom Tom GPS unit was stolen.
Authorities say the two incidents occurred between 2:30 P.M. and 6:15 P.M. and are believed to be connected.
Police urge anyone with information regarding the identities or whereabouts of the two men in to contact Detective Joseph Puso by phone at 973-263-4315 or via email.