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Brick Police Trying to ID Couple That Fraudulently Used Supermarket Coupons

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A couple accused of using fraudulent coupons at Stop and Shop. (Photo: Brick Twp. Police)
A couple accused of using fraudulent coupons at Stop and Shop. (Photo: Brick Twp. Police)

The Brick and Toms River police departments are both trying to identify two people who are accused of fraudulently using coupons at the Stop and Shop supermarkets in each town.

The departments have released surveillance footage with the hope that a member of the public can help identify the suspects. Anyone who recognizes the suspects is being asked to contact Detective Robert Shepherd of the Brick Township Police Department at 732-262-1121, or Detective Robert O’Neill of the Toms River Police Department at 732-349-0150 (ext. 1255).

A couple accused of using fraudulent coupons at Stop and Shop. (Photo: Brick Twp. Police)
A couple accused of using fraudulent coupons at Stop and Shop. (Photo: Brick Twp. Police)

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  • 2008homes

    Coupon fraud??? Launch an investigation into who passed those 50-cents-off coupons!

    • Jon Koehler

      Hey do the math! if this is a organized group using counterfeited coupons and if they do it at each shopping event say saving $5-10 dollars timed by 7 days a week that’s $35-70 per week ??

  • ThereRnoFiscalConservatives

    OH MY GOD! HIGH CRIMES!

    Meanwhile 2 or 3 people overdose in Toms River and Brick EVERY DAY!
    Way to spend those tax dollars.

    • Jon Koehler

      Hey their most likely druggies beside being Thiefs

    • 357swagnum

      You make less than no sense. Should we allow people to steal from supermarkets because heroin addicts are overdosing? Maybe we should only pay cops to chase heroin addicts around and just forget about all the other crimes. Obviously our tax dollars were wasted when we payed for you to go to school.

  • SB

    Posting a picture on a local news site is hardly wasting valuable resources. And hey–if you let that go, then something else, where do you draw the line? How *illegal* does it have to be for law enforcement to go after them?

  • Trevor

    Don’t we better crimes to investigate?

  • Trevor

    And this should be left to the store’s employees or loss prevention. This happens all the time and the majority of coupon fraud is coming from people that aren’t even in this country legally to begin with so why such a big fuss.

  • Mark Story Jenks

    OMG, it’s Ethel!