Info from Police on Country Club Burglaries

From the Darien Police:

Over the past week there have been several vehicle burglaries of unlocked vehicles parked at golf courses and country clubs in Fairfield County. Law Enforcement believe that (2) suspects are involved in the incidents.

The suspects are described as follows:
Suspect #1: White Hispanic Male with accent, heavy build (photos depicted)
Suspect #2: White or Hispanic Male, Medium Build, wearing sunglasses and orange golf shirt (No photos available).

It is believed that the suspects are operating a White colored Nissan Maxima or Altima with a Texas license plate.
It is also believed that Suspect #1 may be entering the clubhouse in an attempt to locate unsecured lockers. When approached by county club staff suspect #1 indicates that he is a guest but cannot provide the name of the member.

Anyone observing the described or depicted suspect(s) or vehicle are requested to contact your local police department.

Law Enforcement agencies recommend that valuables (wallets, purses, jewelry etc.) should be secured either in locked lockers within the clubhouse or within the trunk of the vehicle. If you vehicle does not have a concealed trunk area, it is recommended that valuable are not in plain view.
It is always recommended that you lock your vehicles when they are unattended and unoccupied.


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