Lindenwold police searching out bike thief who arranged assembly through OfferUp app

LINDENWOLD –

It seems like a sale arranged thru OfferUp was a setup. A bicycle turned into stolen final month after an assembly that was scheduled via the buy-and-promote app, in line with the Lindenwold Police Department. Authorities released pix Thursday to get assistance in identifying the suspect. The incident occurred around 6 p.M. April 10 on the 1900 block of Egg Harbor Road, police said. It becomes the second time this week that officials related a criminal offense to arrangements made thru the OfferUp app. On Tuesday, the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office announced homicide fees against a 20-yr-antique  OfferUp.

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Marvin A. Coleman Jr. Allegedly killed Maribel Lopez, 21, with an unmarried shot to the head, the prosecutor’s workplace said. In pronouncing the fees, the government reminded the general public that many neighborhood police departments keep safe exchange zones. See the video at the top of this story for approximately the Pennsauken Police Department’s safe-alternate region. Willingboro has such an area inside the parking lot of its police station, in which humans can meet to behavior transactions underneath 24-hour video surveillance.
Lindenwold Police also reminded citizens about the “Internet Purchase Safe Exchange Location” installed final yr at its police headquarters at 2001 Egg Harbor Road.

Anyone with information approximately the Lindenwold bike theft is requested to touch Detective Ed Slimm at 856-784-7566, ext. 409. Anonymous tips may be left in the game of selling, the world revolves in the force of the trade. Most people think buying and selling cars is a simple process. It’s not. Buying and selling cars for profit can make you fast profits. But for you to maximize your profits, you need to know… how to buy, what to buy and how to sell. Knowing these tactics can make you a LOT of money. Not knowing the formula can COST you a LOT of money. So before you start a career in this industry and before you invest your money, you need to learn as much as you can about car flipping and its market. You first need to invest a huge amount of time (and some money) in learning the business and tricks of the trade. And before you make that huge leap of faith, here are four things you must know when buying and selling cars:

1. Learn How To Negotiate

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2. Know What To Buy

When buying and selling cars for profit, you need to know what is popular in your local city, country, and town because if you are trying to sell something nobody wants, what’s the purpose? You need to know what vehicles you need to buy to get the most out of your investment. The bottom line, know which cars are collectibles and are hot items in the market. Again, you must know cars.

3. Know How To Sell by Creating a Win-Win Situation

Create a simple win-win situation for you and your buyer. Make a nice profit and at the same time have the buyer feel that they got a heck of a deal. Know how to advertise to get hungry buyers calling you and get the profit you want out of that deal. The formatting of your ad is essential. Content of your ads is important as well as videos and pictures. Who wants to look at dull ads anyway?

Randolph Palmer

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