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Window washer steals from two more in borough

Two more theft victims of a window washing company out of Sewell filed reports with the Haddonfield Police Department, claiming that the owner of the company stole jewelry from their homes while washing windows.

The owner of the company was charged with theft in late February after a Wedgewood Lane resident reported that after the suspect’s window washing service cleaned her windows, she noticed that she was missed $4,500 worth of jewelry.

Officers had a pawnshop receipt that matched the victim’s jewelry and the suspect’s photo identification. Harrison Township police officers arrested the suspect at his home, several warrants had been placed for his arrest out of Haddonfield and Harrison Township.

On March 7, a S. Edge Park Drive resident reported to police at 4 p.m. that the suspect’s company was washing her windows on Nov. 19.

After the work was finished she noticed that one pair of diamond earring, a diamond pendant, and a gold omega chain had been stolen from her home. She reported that the last time she saw the items was in August.

The items were valued at a total of $2,100.

On March 8, a W. Summit resident reported to police and said the window washing company was at her home on Oct. 19. S

She said that after the work was completed she noticed that two pairs of gold earrings, a pearl bracelet, an emerald and gold necklace, and a ruby and gold necklace were stolen.

The value of the items was not reported.

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