Washington Township P.D. Asking Residents to Use its Drug Tip Line

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WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. -

A local police department is looking for the public's help in joining their efforts to reduce the number of drug-related crimes in the area in hopes of saving more lives from addiction.

If you see something say something — that is the message the Washington Township Police Department is reminding the community about and are asking residents to call their drug tip line to report any suspicious activity they may see or know about.

Residents can call the tip line to provide tips about any type of crime, no matter how minor they think it is.

All calls and information will remain confidential.

Officials say Gloucester County has surpassed 100 overdose deaths this year and it's up to everyone in the community to do their part to help prevent more drug-related deaths.

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