Given the large number of visitors to the Jersey Shore this holiday weekend, things are relatively quiet.

We're not seeing a repeat of the disorder and craziness of the Memorial Day Weekend.

Police want it to remain that way.

The Jersey Shore markets to families as a place you can go for good clean fun.  A lot of people depend on tourism dollars to make a living.

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News of problems is bad for business.

To their credit, law enforcement officials up and down the Jersey coast, have worked hard to properly plan for people looking for trouble.

They want visitors to have a good time, but they won't tolerate those who want to create chaos.

Earlier today, the City of Wildwood Police Department released a photo of individuals they believe, were involved in, what's being described as a false public alarm on the boardwalk.

Photo: City of Wildwood Police via Facebook
Photo: City of Wildwood Police via Facebook
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Police ask if you recognize any of these individuals, you please contact the detective division at the Wildwood Police Department, at 609-522-0222.  Calls can be kept confidential.

Police remind us that all individuals are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Source:  City of Wildwood Police Department via Facebook

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