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BRIDGETON – A Cumberland County grand jury has issued four indictments against Vineland resident Ismael D. Ramos for an equal number of burglaries of businesses this summer, according to the county Prosecutor's Office.

Ramos, 33, of the 300 block of West Pear Street, in total faces trials on four charges of third-degree burglary and four charges of third degree theft.

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The crimes Ramos allegedly committed all took place in Vineland.

The first was on June 17 at a Rite Aid pharmacy at 970 N. Main Road; the second on June 20 at Outlaw Burger, 1370 South Main Road; the third on July 26 at Metro PCS, 52 West Landis Avenue; and the fourth on July 28 at Verizon, 1255 W. Landis Avenue.

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In each incident, the Dec. 19 indictments allege Ramos stole property worth more than $500.

Joseph P. Smith; jpsmith_dj; (856) 563-5252; jsmith@gannettnj.com

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