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A man captured in surveillance images at a convenience store on Point Pleasant Borough is sought by police who believe he may have information pertaining to an open investigation.

Police offered few details regarding what the investigation entails but the man is not listed as a suspect or a victim, investigators just want to have a chat with him.

Anyone with information and/or an identification on the man pictured is asked to call Detective Siveen Greenan of the Point Pleasant Police Department at 732-892-0060, or if you wish to remain anonymous, information can be left on the department’s tip line by contacting 732-892-0060 and asking for the TIPS line.

A project 20 years in the making.

Work to improve the intersection of routes 537 and 34 in Monmouth County is set to launch this month.

Freeholder director Lillian Burry calls the intersection, as is, an absolute nightmare and she's excited for the overhaul to finally begin.

"Every attention has been given not to close any roads, to keep the traffic moving and most of the work will be done after 10 pm at night," said Burry.

The project should take about two years to complete.

The 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks is fast approaching.

Not surprisingly New Jersey homeland security officials are advising everybody to keep their eyes open.

More dogs rescued from Harvey flooding have arrived in New Jersey.

25-pups and a kitten landed at Morristown airport last night.

The dogs are being fostered until they can be adopted.

The Monmouth County SPCA will take in another 80-dogs from Texas today.

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