Trenton police received a report of a home invasion on June 1. When police officers arrived at the scene, they confirmed that a robbery had occurred.
However, the two suspects had already fled the scene by the time police officers got there.
Trenton police investigated the robbery but could not identify the suspects. Now investigators have made a major breakthrough after coming across surveillance footage of the suspects.
The surveillance video was taken at the Trent Center on Greenwood Avenue shortly after the suspects allegedly committed the robbery.
The Trenton Police Department Criminal Investigation Section is still trying to identify the two individuals pictured in the surveillance photographs.
If the suspects are identified and apprehended, they could face significant penalties. That’s because robbery is usually classified as a second degree criminal offense. A conviction for second degree robbery would result in a sentence of 5–10 years in New Jersey State Prison for each of the suspects.
Anyone with information about the suspects or the reported robbery is asked to contact detectives at 609-989-4090 or 609-989-4014. Members of the public who wish to leave information anonymously can call 609-989-3663.
For more information about this case, look at the NJ.com article entitled “Police Release Photos of Two Wanted in Home Invasion Robbery.”