CRIME

Man charged after weapons, ammo cache found in Pinelands

This photo provided Monday May 16, 2016 by New Jersey's Ocean County Jail shows Bruce Post III, who was arrested by Lacey, N.J., police on Sunday, May 15, 2016 after authorities ay they found a large cache of weapons and ammunition in the New Jersey Pinelands. Police were in the area looking for trespassers and criminal activity when they found the 42-year-old dressed in combat gear, another man nearby, and an AK-47, a 9mm handgun, eight 30-round magazines, a 100-round drum magazine and other ammunition police said was hidden in the woods. Post was charged with illegally possessing a weapon as a felon and several weapons counts. (Ocean County Jail via AP)

This photo provided Monday May 16, 2016 by New Jersey's Ocean County Jail shows Bruce Post III, who was arrested by Lacey, N.J., police on Sunday, May 15, 2016 after authorities ay they found a large cache of weapons and ammunition in the New Jersey Pinelands. Police were in the area looking for trespassers and criminal activity when they found the 42-year-old dressed in combat gear, another man nearby, and an AK-47, a 9mm handgun, eight 30-round magazines, a 100-round drum magazine and other ammunition police said was hidden in the woods. Post was charged with illegally possessing a weapon as a felon and several weapons counts. (Ocean County Jail via AP)  (The Associated Press)

Authorities say a suspected white supremacist who wears a Hitler mustache is facing numerous charges after a large cache of weapons and ammunition was found in New Jersey woods.

Lacey police say officers in a multi-agency task force were in the Pinelands region Sunday afternoon looking for trespassers and criminal activity when they came across a suspicious vehicle.

They soon found Bruce Post III dressed in combat gear and another man nearby. Post wore a short mustache centered over his top lip, just like the one associated with Adolf Hitler.

Investigators found an AK-47, a 9mm handgun, eight 30-round magazines, a 100-round drum magazine and other ammunition they say was hidden in the woods. The items were found near the vehicle where the two men were discovered.