Suspect In Nottingham Tavern and Princeton BMW Burglaries Arrested In Stolen Chevy Trailblazer From Ciocca Chevrolet, Stole Items From Coleman Cadillac And IRL Game Shop In Hightstown

September 27, 2021 — Updated with information from Palisades Interstate Parkway Police 

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (MERCER)–On September 27, 2021, Middlesex County resident, Alan Seijas  (30 years old), was arrested by Palisades Interstate Parkway Police, on a Hamilton Police Warrant regarding the Nottingham Tavern burglary. 

Additional charges were filed for a September 13, 2021 burglary that occurred at the Princeton BMW located at 3630 Quakerbridge Road, also in Hamilton. 

According to the Palisades Interstate Parkway Police, the investigation discovered that the male party we arrested in the article was driving a stolen Hertz rental Chevrolet Trailblazer taken from Ciocca Chevrolet in Lawrence and also stole items from vehicles at Coleman Cadillac in Lawrence, license plates off of a Chevrolet Equinox in Clark, New Jersey and committed a burglary of the IRL Game Shop in Hightstown, New Jersey.

On August 31,2021, Hamilton Police were detailed to The Nottingham Tavern at 9 Mercer Street on a burglary to the business.  Responding officers were advised by the owner of the business that some unknown person broke into the business at approximately 12:30 AM August 30,2021.  Entry was gained through a forced open rear door to the business. Once inside the suspect removed several bottles of alcohol and two I-Pads.  The suspect left the scene in what appears to be a light color Cadillac SUV with no visible front license plate. The approximate value of the theft is $2,000 dollars. 

The above pictured suspect is described as a white male, in his late 20’s and has distinct tattoos on his right and left forearms.  The male was wearing gloves and a headband.

A second burglary occurred at the Princeton BMW located at 3630 Quakerbridge Road on September 13, 2021.  Detective Nicolas Schulte was assigned the BMW investigation, and determined that the same suspect from the Nottingham Tavern burglary was also involved in that incident.  Complaints were also generated regarding the Princeton BMW incident.   

Hamilton Police Detectives are asking anyone with additional information concerning the Nottingham Tavern incident, to contact Detective Lawrence MacArthur of the Hamilton Police Division Criminal Investigations Section at (609) 689-5827 or via email at Detective Nicholas Schulte can be contacted regarding the Princeton BMW burglary at (609) 689-5825 or via email at  The public can also contact the Hamilton Police Crime Tip Hotline at (609) 581-4008.    Every defendant is presumed innocent until being found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt  in a court of law.           

See previous MidJersey.News story here: The Nottingham Tavern Burglarized