Toms River Police are looking for a man believed to have stolen jewelry and a laptop in a Saturday afternoon burglary.
Toms River Police Chief Michael Mastronardy said a Mulberry Place home was burglarized through an unlocked first floor bedroom window sometime between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sept. 15. The home, off of was vacant at the time.
Mastronardy said the resident found several items taken: a Hewlet-Packard laptop computer and jewelry.
Toms River Police Officer Ryan Quinn is investigating the burglary, where a neighbor reported a suspicious male in the area.
Police are looking for a 40 year-old man, balding, with gray hair, weighing about 230 lbs. and 5'7". He was wearing a silver track suit, police said.
Anyone with information can contact Detective Captain Bruce Burgess at 732-349-1505 ext. 200.
Mastronardy confirmed another burglary took place over the weekend, sometime Saturday in the Holiday City Silverton section of Toms River.
A resident reported to Toms River Patch that multiple police units near Newport Place were investigating a burglary, responding to the area before 6 p.m. Sept. 15.
Anyone with information can call police headquarters at 732-349-0150.