One Caught, One Sought in Manchester Store Burglaries
A Manchester Township 17-year-old admits his role in burglaries of three Whiting businesses, but a second suspect is still outside police grasp.A Jersey Gas service station, TC & Sons Auto Repair and a Krauszer’s convenience store were ransacked on March 24. The teen surrendered three days later, after surveillance video was circulated on media web pages and social networking sites, police said. He was released to his parents.
Nicholas Graff, 20, of Gladstone Street in the township’s Pine Lake Park section, is charged with burglary, theft, and criminal mischief. Upon capture, his bail will be $150,000, police said.
Manchester police urge anyone familiar with Graff’s whereabouts to reach them at 732-657-6111, saying that all information is kept confidential.