Toms River Police Chief Michael Mastronardy released information about the following incidents:
• Officer Brian Jarka is investigating the theft of four bronze propellers used for lawn decorations stolen sometime Sunday night from a residence on Silverton Road. The propellers were valued at $100. One of the propellers is 16 inches across and three others measure 6 inches.
• Officer Pascale Gambardella is investigating a criminal mischief incident to a fence that occurred 11:30 p.m. Sunday Sept. 16 on Bricksburg Court. A resident heard a loud noise and discovered unknown suspects broke his vinyl fence causing $500 worth of damage. Another neighbor reported a gray or silver SUV drove away immediately after the incident toward Huddy Road. Another similar incident occurred to a residence on Dino Drive. Anyone with information can contact Detective Captain Bruce Burgess at 732-349-0150 ext. 1200.
• Officer Ron Karkovice is investigating the theft of an ATM from Stewarts Drive-in on Route 37. Unknown suspect(s) removed the gray Genmega ATM containing more than $2,000 in cash. The machine was bolted to the ground and stolen sometime Sunday night.
• Officer Patrick Jacques was on routine patrol 2 a.m. Sunday when he discovered a window broken on the Bamboo Garden restaurant on Route 166. Investigation found that unknown subject(s) entered by smashing the glass front door and removed $40 worth of loose change from the tip jar.
Anyone with information on these incidents can call police headquarters at 732-349-0150.