Clifton police seek witness to break-in at mayor’s home

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(Clifton Police Department) Clifton police say they consider this man a witness to a break-in at the Clifton mayor’s home and want to question him. (Clifton Police Department) Clifton police say they consider this man a witness to a break-in at the Clifton mayor’s home and want to question him.
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Authorities have released surveillance images of a man who they say might know something about a daytime break-in at the home of Clifton’s mayor.

NorthJersey.com reported that Clifton Mayor James Anzaldi's house was burglarized on July 21.

Surveillance footage from outside the home shows a man, who police consider a witness, getting out of a dark Nissan Altima on Day Street. He appears to be middle-aged, black or Hispanic and wearing glasses.

He was also wearing green work pants and work boots.

Anyone with information is urged to call Clifton police.

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