Bethel Police Seek Public Assistance Identifying Alleged Target Thieves
My wife works in retail, and for the past 2 years, she's noticed a steady uptick in shoplifting. It used to be every other day she'd find an empty, ripped up container that formerly held a product. Now? Multiple times a day and she has to endure organized thefts weekly, if not more often. The Target on Stony Hill Road in Bethel seems to be under siege.
Retail clerks are, for the most part, forbidden to try and stop the theft from happening. My wife's company tells employees to just let the person go and then review cameras for a good shot of the suspect and call the police.
The Bethel Police Department released a few photos of persons of interest that they would like to ask a few questions to, in regards to two separate incidents at the Target located at 7 Stony Hill Road.
On Friday, October 22, 2021, a larceny was reported at the Bethel Target, and Bethel Police have released the above photo in hopes that you can help identify this individual. If you know him, or anything about the Larceny incident, Officer Freeman of the Bethel PD would like to talk with you. Call him at 203-744-7900 - Ext. 601.
Earlier that same week, on Monday, October 18, another incident occurred at Bethel Target. Bethel PD has released the photo above and the photo below in hopes that you can help identify them.
If you recognize any of the individuals in the photos, contact Officer Freeman of the Bethel PD at 203-744- 7900 - Ext. 601.
I'm amazed that some of these major retailers that sell higher-end electronics, haven't invested a portion of their resources into the installation of higher-quality HD cameras.
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