Police Arrest Two In Connection With Recent Toms River Burglary
Both charged with receiving stolen property, police chief says
Police have charged two Toms River residents with receiving stolen property after a probe into a Sept. 17 burglary on Nanlyn Terrace, Police Chief Michael G. Mastronardy said.
Stacy Atry, 23, Nanlyn Terrace and Kevin Tanfield, 32, Edgewood Drive were both arrested at a home in Pemberton Township last week, according to Capt. Bruce Burgess, commander of the department's Investigation Bureau.
Atry's bail was set at $10,000, Tanfield's bail was set at $20,000, police said.
Toms River detectives Mark Bajada, John Turner and Roger Hull recovered most of the jewelry taken in the burglary. Tanfield was found hiding under a bed at a home on Goodwater Avenue in Browns Mills, Mastronardy said.
Police are still looking for three handguns that were also stolen during the burglary, Mastronardy said.
Toms River police were assisted by the U.S. Marshals Office and the Pemberton Police Department, he said.
The incident is not related to the home invasion that took place late last week, the chief said.