Verizon is offering a $ 10,000 reward as police in three cities in South Jersey attempt to find out who is responsible for destroying their network on at least ten separate occasions, Interrupting Internet and landline telephone service for thousands of customers.
The vandal, who the police said could be an angry former contractor or employee, deliberately damaged the fiber, and in Cherry Hill, Camden County, and Shamong and Evesham, Burlington County, Evesham, Lt. Joseph Friel, on Tuesday.
"The person obviously has some knowledge of the system and infrastructure," said Bud Monaghan, chief of police at Cherry Hill, to 6abc.com. "They do not just come up and cut a wire through, they cut a lower part of a wire, then go up a few meters and cut it back and remove the middle part."
In some cases, it took up to 24 hours Until Verizon Resolved the Damage The company reported that its fiber optic and copper communication lines and associated equipment are wrong.
Tires and car scratches hit the city of New Jersey, leaving notes urging neighbors to vacate real estate. Police have evidently launched a nightly campaign against neighbors, which they believe will lower real estate values by: Do not worry about their lawns in Evesham, the Vandal struck in the night hours of Jan. 5 On Fri 23, NJ Advance Media announced Tuesday that the Cherry Hill incident took place twice in March and then again on April 29 in Springdale Road. On Monday, Cherry Hill police released a surveillance photo of the suspect's vehicle.
Information on when the Shamong incidents occurred was not immediately available on Tuesday.
"Said Mike Mason, Verizon's Chief Security Officer," Every time a cable is cut or our equipment damaged, these perpetrators jeopardize our customers' ability to communicate, which means they may not be in the business
The reward offered by Verizon would be provided after an arrest and a conviction.
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