2 arrested for NJ donation jar thefts
HADDONFIELD, N.J. - March 25, 2011 (WPVI) -- Two people have been arrested for allegedly stealing donation cans from Haddonfield, N.J. businesses.
Patrick Novack, 56, and Angeline Marie Johnson, 47, have been arrested for the March 17th thefts. Both live at the same address in Pennsville.
Police say Novack was seen on surveillance video allegedly stealing a donation can for the nonprofit group 'Furrever Friends.' The group provides medical care for abandoned pets.
Donation cans were stolen from the stores 'Jamaican Me Crazy,' 'Harrison's' and 'The Bistro.'
Both suspects were charged with 3 counts of theft.
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