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Limousines Broken into at New Jersey Dealership

LCT Staff
Posted on April 18, 2007

CINNAMINSON, N.J. — Twelve limousines were broken into and stripped of electronic equipment at a dealership on Route 73, police said. The limousines were parked in front of the Executive Coach East dealership. They were broken into between 3:00 and 4:00 a.m., and televisions, monitors and sound systems were removed, police said. The custom wheels on one of the limousines were taken, and the vehicle was left on blocks.

Ray Kelly, office manager at Executive Coach East, said the incident has crippled the dealership. "This is the worst day we've ever had," Kelly said. "We basically moved here three years ago because we thought it was a real safe area."

Detectives are investigating a possible connection between the incident at Executive Coach East and break-ins that occurred at a limousine business on the Black Horse Pike in Washington Township, police said.

Source: Burlington County Times

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