Naugatuck Police investigate over ten car break-ins
NAUGATUCK, Conn. (WFSB) - Naugatuck Police say they are investigating over ten car break-ins that occurred late Saturday night.
One of ten cars that was broken had an iPad and money were stolen from inside.
Owner Nicole Novembre said, “What a gift on Mother’s Day.”
Novembre was shocked when she walked out to her car this morning to find this.
Her driver side window was smashed and glass covering her front seat.
“Like my window is gone and I’m just like looking and I’m like wait,” said Novembre.
The day was already a difficult one for Novembre.
“I was on the way to go and pick up my daughter. We lost my son going on two years on May 12, 2020. Lost my son two days after Mother’s Day so this is a really difficult time for me,” said Novembre.
Novembre says the thieves took her iPad that she uses to do her college schoolwork.
“It’s like a double whammy now for me,” she said.
Naugatuck Police said these break ins started around 2 this morning.
Ten cars had their windows smashed.
It happened on several roads off of Millville Avenue, including Fairview Avenue, Casper Court and Fern Street.
Police department photos show several cars with their windows smashed in.
Police say they believe two individuals were involved in the break-ins. Official reports say the two individuals were driving a white Acura.
Novembre said, “How would they feel if someone did that to their mother or their grandmother. It’s just horrible.”
She has a message for the people responsible, “they should be ashamed of themselves.”
Police are asking witnesses to call (203) 729-5222, or the confidential tip line at (203) 720-1010.
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