North Caldwell, NJ

Alfa Romeo SUV, Stolen Yesterday from North Caldwell, Recovered Today in Newark

Carolyne Volpe Curley / West Essex Now
Alfa Romeo SUV, Stolen Yesterday from North Caldwell, Recovered Today in NewarkNorth Caldwell Police Department

Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021

North Caldwell Police Chief Mark Deuer reported that a 2018 Alfa Romeo SUV, stolen yesterday morning from a residence on Cypress Avenue, North Caldwell, was recovered this afternoon in Newark.

Yesterday morning at about 6:35am, North Caldwell Police were notified by a resident that a car was parked and running in the middle of Cypress Avenue, near Hickory Drive.

North Caldwell patrol officers arrived on Cypress to discover a grey BMW which they determined had been reported stolen out of Elizabeth.

  • The car was towed at 6:40am

Within minutes the officers determined that the BMW had been switched out for a Black Alfa Romeo SUV stolen at the same time from the nearby residence.

  • The Alfa Romeo had been parked in the resident's driveway
  • The keys had been left in the car
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  • While conducting their investigation, police determined that the car was stolen by two young black males.

Recovered Car

  • North Caldwell Police were notified that the car was located at 1pm today on Broad Street in Newark
  • There was minor damage to the car, including a flat tire


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North Caldwell Police Department
Mark A. Deuer, Police Chief
136 Gould Avenue, North Caldwell, NJ 07006

“The Borough of North Caldwell Police Department is committed to the pursuit of an ethos reflecting the highest degree of ethical, moral, and fairly applied law enforcement. The Police Department shall Preserve the peace, protect life and property, detect, arrest and prosecute offenders of the laws of New Jersey and the ordinances of the Borough of North Caldwell, direct and control traffic, provide attendance and protection during emergencies, provide appearances in court, cooperate with all other law enforcement agencies, and, provide training for the efficiency of its members and employees.”

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Founded in 2014, West Essex NOW is a hyperlocal news site covering Essex County, NJ. The site is published by journalist Carolyne Volpe Curley, a local resident. Volpe Curley has appeared on nationally televised productions and interviewed by the international press. Volpe-Curley graduated from Lafayette College in 1986, with a BA in both English and Government, and a minor in Women Studies and Religion. She has been a Certified New Jersey Press Journalist since 2012.

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