Danbury, Bethel and Redding Police Seek Suspects in 3 Separate Crimes
Police departments from three different Greater Danbury locations are looking to the public for information regarding separate unsolved crimes that occurred recently. The suspects in these reported crimes have not yet been identified -- maybe you can help.
The first local example of "keepin' it classy" happened on Main Street in Danbury earlier this month on Thursday, January 7, right around 10:00 PM. According to the Danbury Police Department, a truck described as an older model white pickup drove directly into the back side of a Webster Bank, causing extensive damage to the 301 Main Street building. Then, before the crash could be reported, the unidentified suspect drove the white pickup away, fleeing the scene, but not before the crash was captured on surveillance footage.
Here are screen shots from the incident and if you happen to recognize the truck, or have any information regarding the crash, please contact D.Daniel@danbury-ct.gov. Thankfully, no injures were reported, as the bank was closed at the time of the crash.
Truck Crashes Into Danbury Building
Next up in this week's Greater Danbury Hall of Shame is an incident that occurred in Redding last weekend, sometime between late Saturday night, January 16, into early Sunday morning, January 17. Redding police are looking to identify the person pictured below regarding a series of attempted vehicle break-ins.
Anyone who may be able to identify the following individual is urged to contact Officer Vadas at the Redding Police Department - 203-938-3400. The case numbers are 21-695 and 21-712.
Here's a shot of the seemingly-brazen suspect via some Ring camera footage:
And, finally, our third local installment leads us to a good ol' fashioned purse snatching. According to the Bethel Police Department, the suspect pictured below is a person of interest in an incident that happened at the YMCA on Grass Plain St. back on October 20, 2020, in which a purse was stolen.
Below is a look at the person who police believe was involved and their vehicle. Should you have any information regarding the identity of this person, please contact Detective Matthew DiRago at firstname.lastname@example.org