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Delaware man stole money from Brigantine ACME, police say

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BRIGANTINE — Police tracked down a Delaware man accused of stealing money from the city's Acme grocery store last month.

After investigating the July 13 incident, Logan J. Dunn, of Camden-Wyoming, was arrested and charged with fourth-degree theft of movable property. He was released on a summons, police said on Thursday.

Dunn allegedly stole cash from an outdoor register at the Acme, police said.

After the theft was reported, police issued a social media post that featured an image of a suspect SUV, asking for help to track down the vehicle.

Anyone with additional information about the theft should contact city police, at 609-266-7414.

Contact Eric Conklin:

609-272-7261

econklin@pressofac.com

Twitter @ACPressConklin

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