Wall Township police make 2nd arrest in series of car and home burglaries

A second suspect was arrested in connection to a vehicle and home burglary spree in Wall Township, according to authorities.
Wall police tell News 12 New Jersey that they arrested 24-year-old Kevin Yuille in Newark. He now joins his alleged accomplice, Ahmad Singletary, who was already charged with their involvement in what police say was a string of burglaries and break-ins in the Sterling Woods section of Wall back on Sept 21. With the arrest comes a new warning from the chief.
"Be safe. Don't make contact with these people because you don't know who's armed and who is not. Just call us if you can, keep an eye on them. Great if you have surveillance cameras at your house, that helps even more," said Wall Township Police Chief Sean O'Halloran.
Police say that already this year, 15 vehicles were stolen from Wall Township. Last month, Wall police held a town hall talking about what locals can do to better protect themselves. The chief says more town meetings are currently being scheduled.
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