What to Know
- Weapons, uniforms and an SUV belonging to New Jersey State Police may have been used in a robbery Sunday morning
- Police said the items were stolen Saturday evening; the SUV was recovered but the other items are still missing
- Police have released little information about the robbery or the theft of the guns and uniforms
An unmarked SUV belonging to the New Jersey State Police was stolen, along with two weapons and state police uniforms that had been inside it, officials said Sunday.
The weapons may have been used in an armed robbery in Middlesex County early Sunday, state police said in a Facebook post.
The white Chevrolet Tahoe was stolen sometime between Saturday evening and Sunday morning in North Brunswick, police said.
The SUV was found later Sunday morning in North Brunswick, but two weapons and uniforms were missing, according to police.
Police didn't immediately provide further details about the robbery that may have been committed with the weapons, including whether anyone was hurt.
Troopers asked that anyone suspicious of "the validity of an officer's identification" call 911 and ask for credentials.