Five vehicles in four spots in roughly the southwestern area of town were entered overnight from Saturday to Sunday, June 29 to 30, Darien police said. [This article has been updated with specific addresses.]
Not one of them was locked, police said. They added that while each vehicle was rummaged through, nothing was known to have been taken from any of the vehicles on these streets:
—95 and 101 Hollow Tree Ridge Road — a 2012 Buick Enclave and a 2014 Lexus RX (police didn’t specify which vehicle was at which address)
—10 Lighthouse Way — a 2018 Ford F-150 Pickup truck and a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee
—10 Phillips Lane — a 2015 Infiniti
Update, 9:57 a.m., Tuesday: Police originally did not release the exact addresses where the vehicles were parked, they provided addresses at Darienite.com’s request.
Meanwhile, in New Canaan
New Canaan police say they received multiple reports on Sunday of unlocked cars being entered.
In one case, an unlocked 2013 Subaru with its keys inside was stolen from a Heritage Hill Road driveway, New Canaan Police Chief Leon Krolikowski said in a news release. That car later was recovered on Parish Lane, he said.
Small amounts of cash were also stolen from vehicles on upper Elm Street, Prospect Place, Oenoke Lane and Parish Road, the chief said.
“It is probable that these crimes are being committed by gang members,” Krolikowski said in the release. “Many towns in Fairfield County are experiencing similar crimes and some of these stolen vehicles have been used in robberies and drive-by shootings.”
— The information from New Canaan was published earlier on Monday by NewCanaanite.com.