Police: Connecticut Man Robs Pet Hospital, Leaves Phone and Keys Behind
According to the CT Post, a Connecticut man recently broke into an animal hospital, apparently looking to steal drugs, but practically left his calling card with his phone number on it for law enforcement. In fact, he left the phone number for everybody he knows!
The article says that Officers responding to an alarm at a Pet Hospital in Stratford, found a rear window broken with blood on the window frame. There was also a trail of blood on the floor, and then that's when even more incriminating evidence was found.
A set of keys and a cell phone were taken into evidence. It turns out they were left behind by the alleged burglar himself, 31-year-old Nicholas Bruner of Stratford. Police say that they were able to establish that Bruner was the owner of the cell phone. He allegedly confessed to owning it, as well as the keys, but stated he lost them and didn't remember where he had lost them.
Bruner was charged with third-degree burglary and second-degree criminal mischief. He was released after posting a $10,000 bond.