Connecticut State Police are seeking the public's help in identifying this suspect, who they say stole a laptop from it's owner in Litchfield.
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Police posted the following on Saturday (1/6/24) to the Troop L Litchfield Facebook page.
Help us identify this robbery suspect
"Today (1/5/24) at approximately 2:30PM, Troopers responded to Hunter Drive in Litchfield for the report of an active robbery. The male pictured above forcefully took a brand new laptop directly out of the homeowner’s hands after agreeing upon a transaction through a FB Marketplace post. The suspect then jumped into the back seat of a black 2021 BMW 4dr sedan with New York plates “LAZ1224” and sped away from the scene.The same incident took place in Waterbury a short time after."
Police are urging anyone with information to contact Trooper Houle of Troop L at (860)-626-7900. Any and all calls will be kept confidential.
I love that camera technology gets better by the day, not just so we can I.D. "alleged" crooks but so we can get a clear look at their faces at the exact moment they believed they would get away with it.
Facebook Marketplace is just not worth it to me. Why do we want one another's garbage? Can we throw it out, or donate it instead? I'm all for being thrifty but making a few bucks is not worth potentially getting robbed. I think Nate Bargatze said it best...
Best case scenario: "we make $5." The worst case scenario....
We talked about this on the Tuesday (1/9/24) edition of the I-95 Morning Show.
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