Clifton safecracker unlocks history on submarinePosted: Updated:
? A champion safecracker from Clifton has unlocked a piece of history on a World War II submarine docked in the Hackensack River.
Jeff Sitar popped the locks on five safes aboard the USS Ling. Once secret training manuals and keys are just some of the items he found. Those items will now go on display at a museum.
Sitar used his sense of hearing, touch, sight and an electric stethoscope to crack the combinations. He has cracked safes as old as 150 years old.