47 Syringes Discovered On Atlantic County Beach

VENTNOR, N.J. (CBS) — Medical waste that was improperly disposed of has been discovered on a New Jersey beach.


On Monday morning, a jogger found several hypodermic needles and syringes scattered on a dune of the beach in Ventnor.

Police say 47 syringes were discovered between Cambridge and Dorset Avenues but investigators do not believe they washed ashore from the Ocean.

The Atlantic County Health Department came out to inspect the area and determined the beach can stay open.

Police are trying to trace the source of the waste. Anyone with information is asked to contact Ventnor police.

Reported by Suzanne Monaghan, KYW Newsradio

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  1. Philly says:

    investigators do not believe they washed ashore from the Ocean. Please I guess someone went for a walk and put them there ! They just don’t want to close down a filthy beach 2 weeks before end of summer .

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