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Tools Taken After Three Vehicles Entered Behind Restaurant

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Two pickup trucks and a van parked in the back of Bertucci’s restaurant were entered one night last week, with tools taken from at least one of them. Darien police gave this account of the incident:

Just before 12:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 25, a police officer on patrol checked the parking area in the back of the restaurant at 54 Post Road and saw a rear passenger-side door open and a window smashed on one vehicle. Further checks showed that at least three vehicles had been entered. ______________

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While Family Visits Cherry Lawn Park, Car Window Smashed, Purse Taken

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A window was smashed and a purse stolen from inside a car while a family was visiting Cherry Lawn Park last week, police said. Darien police gave this description of the incident:

While family members were playing in a field at the park, a black SUV with tinted windows pulled into an empty space next to their car, a 2014 Honda Odyssey. The family was at the park for only 15 to 20 minutes when they returned to the car to see the driver’s side rear window smashed. A cream blue Ann Klein purse that was on the floor behind the driver’s seat was missing. The purse, owned by a 38-year-old Stamford woman, is valued at $100 and contained a pink leather wallet with $20 or $30 in cash and six or seven credit cards, the woman’s driver’s license and an iPhone 6.

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Two Stamford Teens Charged with Burglarizing 10 Vehicles in Darien

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After an early morning phone call Wednesday to police from a woman who said she just saw a neighbor’s vehicle burglarized by two people, Darien police arrested them both. Darien police described the incident today (Wednesday, May 4) with this account (including accusations not proven in court):

A resident of Intervale Road told police at 5:30 a.m. to report the burglary she said she’d just seen. Several officers went to the area. Nearby, on Devon Road, Officers Daniel Noto and Daniel Gorton found a subject who matched the caller’s description. Police determined the subject, a 17-year-old Stamford boy, was one of the two burglars, and they arrested him.

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Rock Thrown Through Window of Vehicle Parked at Office Building

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On Tuesday morning, March 8, someone threw a rock through the passenger-side window of an employee’s pickup truck parked by an office building on the Post Road, police said. An employee at the office, located at 455 Post Road, told police that when she arrived at the office at 8:30 a.m., she didn’t see the window broken, but another employee who came in 15 minutes later said the window had been smashed. The employee was not at work that day, but his wife came to the scene. She said it didn’t appear that anything had been taken from the truck, and the glove compartment was still locked. A small, tan-colored rock was on the passenger seat, and the doors were still locked.