Overnight Thursday to Friday, Aug. 2 to 3, three unlocked vehicles parked outside homes in Noroton were entered, two on Garden City Road and a third just three blocks away on Crimmins Road, police said.
The owner of a green 2017 Jaguar F-Type, parked outside 16 Garden City Road, noticed that the vehicle had been entered and rummaged through and called police at 6:16 a.m., Friday. Nothing seemed to be missing.
The owner thought she had locked the car when it was parked the day before, but there were no signs of forced entry.
Police went door to door in the neighborhood to see if anyone knew anything about the incident and found that another SUV had been entered on the same street: At 6:29 a.m., police saw that at 15 Garden City Road, a gray 2013 Infinity JX35 with an open glove box had items scattered on the front seats.
Police talked to the owner, who said the vehicle was unlocked overnight. Nothing seemed to be missing from it.
On Friday afternoon, the owner of a vehicle parked outside 5 Crimmins Road, three blocks away, told police that she saw items scattered inside her SUV at about 9 a.m. that day.
At some point later in the day, she realized that she hadn’t left the vehicle that messy the night before, so it must have been entered overnight. She said $20 in cash had been in the center console and was missing.