LOWER MAN WANTED IN OUT-OF-STATE STABBING

Lower_Township_PoliceThe Lower Township Police Department on January 26, 2011 at approximately 3 am received a call from a local woman indicating concern for her son, Justin Gilroy of the 300 block of Willow Drive in the Erma section of Lower Township, she reported that he had arrived at her home and appeared distraught. It was later discovered that he had stabbed his Girlfriend in Warminster Pennsylvania and had also cut himself. He then stole a motor vehicle in another nearby jurisdiction before fleeing to New Jersey.
Prior to police arrival Gilroy had left the area and several local motels were checked that he was known to frequent with negative results. A tip was received that he was at a location in the area of Wayside Drive in the North Cape May section of Lower Township. Upon police arrival they located the stolen motor vehicle which had blood inside. The house in question was surrounded and the resident exited the residence and gave police permission to search for Gilroy.
The Cape May County Sheriff’s Department responded with their K-9 unit in an attempt to track the suspect. Gilroy is still at large and wanted by the Warminster Township Police for Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Possessing an instrument of a crime and recklessly endangering another person.
Justin William Gilroy is described as a white male with a date of birth of 6/03/1989 brown hair, hazel eyes, 6’ 3” tall and weighing approximately 190 pounds.
Anyone with information of his whereabouts is asked to contact the Lower Township Police Department Tip line at 886-1619 ext.156 or Crime Stoppers at 465-2800 or Warminster Township Police in Pennsylvania at 215-443-5000. Gilroy should be considered armed and dangerous.

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