Man Arrested in Connection with Mantua Township Storage Unit Thefts

Camden County man arrested for series of storage unit thefts in Gloucester County

A man from Camden County, New Jersey is facing charges in connection with a series of storage unit thefts in Gloucester County, according to local police. Philip Wolfe, a 33-year-old resident of Mt. Ephraim, has been identified as the suspect in the case.

The incident came to light when officers from Mantua Township responded to a reported theft at the Mantua Self Storage on Main Street. Upon arrival, they found Wolfe at the scene. Through their investigation, police discovered that a total of nine storage units had been entered and damaged. Five of these units had items worth approximately $4,000 stolen from them.

Further investigation revealed that Wolfe was also responsible for additional thefts at the Cube Smart storage facility on Bridgeton Pike. To gather evidence, the police obtained a search warrant and recovered thousands of dollars worth of stolen goods from storage units registered to Wolfe.

Authorities are still working on returning the stolen items to their rightful owners. If you have a storage unit in either Cube Smart or Mantua Self Storage and believe you have been a victim of theft, you are encouraged to visit the Mantua Police Headquarters. Make sure to bring proof that you have a unit at the facility and provide any necessary documentation to claim your stolen items. If you have any questions, you can reach out to Ptl Sweeney at

Philip Wolfe is now facing multiple charges, including burglary, criminal mischief, and theft. The investigation is ongoing, and the police are committed to ensuring justice is served.

The Mantua Self Storage and Cube Smart storage facilities have been a target for these thefts, causing concern among residents of Mantua Township. This incident highlights the importance of maintaining the security of personal belongings stored in these types of facilities. Residents are advised to take precautions and regularly check their units for any signs of tampering or suspicious activity.

It is crucial to remain vigilant and report any suspicious behavior to the authorities immediately. By working together as a community, we can help prevent future incidents and ensure the safety of our belongings.

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