An unmarked New Jersey State Police vehicle stolen from the driveway of a trooper was used to commit two robberies and a gas station theft before it was recovered by police, authorities said Monday.

Police say the suspect remains at large.

According to State Police, the unmarked Chevrolet Tahoe was stolen from a trooper’s home “in the area of North Brunswick” either Saturday night or Sunday morning.

It was used in a string of crimes across Middlesex County, including pulling over drivers and robbing them, before the trooper realized it was missing.

The car was found in North Brunswick late Sunday morning, NJ.com reports.

 

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