Employee’s Jeep Entered at Dealership Sometime from Friday to Sunday, March 16 to 18

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A Jeep Wrangler recently left by its owner for two days at the Mini of Fairfield County dealership was entered, rummaged through and received some minor damage, police were told.

Nothing appears to have been stolen.

Police gave this further account of what happened:

The employee left the yellow 2006 Jeep Wrangler at the dealership on Friday, March 16 while he was out of town for two days. On Sunday, March 18, he returned and noticed the zipped rear window of the soft-top had been unzipped.

Inside, the contents of the center console had been disturbed, along with some items on the back seat, and the steering column cover was removed. Also, some wires were cut.

No other vehicles on the dealership’s lot at 154 Post Road were disturbed.

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