Newark Police are asking for the public's help to identify two men who were seen on camera attacking another man outside a Newark 7-Eleven last month. According to NPD spokesman Lt. Fred Nelson, the assault occurred at 1:47 a.m. June 3 outside the 7-Eleven located at 46 E. Main St. Police have been trying to identify the suspects since then but have not been successful and therefore decided to release the surveillance footage this week.
Newark Police are looking for a man from North East, Md., who allegedly stole a carton of cigarettes and a drink from a Sunoco in Newark last week.The suspect is identified as 25-year-old Kyle R. Teat. According to NPD spokesman Lt. Fred Nelson, a man walked into the Sunoco, located at 287 S. Main St., just before 9:49 a.m. July 19 and approached the front counter with an iced tea.
A man who allegedly stole a pressure washer and generator from Home Depot last week is still at large, according to authorities.Newark Police spokesman Lt. Fred Nelson said the theft occurred at 7:24 p.m. July 18 at the store located in Suburban Plaza off Elkton Road, but it wasn't reported until July 20.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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