Wall Township police make arrest following rash of burglaries; one suspect at large

Wall Township police have made an arrest following a rash of car and home burglaries in late September. A second suspect is still wanted.
Police say there were 11 thefts over three days. Two men have been identified as suspects and one is in custody.
Ahmad Singletary, 24, of Newark, is in jail on another criminal matter. Police say he will be charged in this case with burglary, conspiracy to commit motor vehicle theft and theft.
His alleged accomplice is Kevin Yuille, of Elizabeth. He remains wanted by the police.
Wall police were able to find these two men with the help of forensic evidence and home surveillance video.
Police Chief Sean O’Halloran says that in one incident, the two suspects stole a Jaguar SUV from a homeowner after grabbing the key fob from inside the house.
O’Halloran also told News 12 New Jersey about another incident.
“They smashed a window to the front of a house in our town where the residents and their family were watching TV. Our officers happened to be right there when this happened,” the chief says. “They saw our officers and took off at a high rate of speed. We didn’t give chase but I credit them for being there at that time to stop a home invasion.”
O’Halloran says one of the reasons they were able to find these men is because residents stepped forward and helped with surveillance footage and information.
Anyone who might have information about Yuille is urged to contact Wall Township police at 732-449-4500.