Naugatuck Police Seek Alleged Credit Card Thieves
The Naugatuck Police Department are requesting the public's help as they try to identify two men suspected of allegedly using a stolen credit card, and they've released the above photo from surveillance video in order to find them.
According to the NPD, early morning on Sunday, September 13, 2020, at 6AM, the two men pictured above entered the Cumberland Farms located on North Main Street in Naugatuck, and allegedly used a stolen credit card that had been taken earlier from a motor vehicle theft in Naugatuck to make purchases.
Here's a photo of the Cumberland Farms on North Main Street, it's at the intersection of Woodbine St, parallel to Rt. 8 and the Naugatuck River.
If you have any information about the two suspects, you're being asked to contact the Naugatuck Police Department at 203-729-5221, or you can call the confidential NPD Tip Line at 203- 720-1010.
As my co-worker Melissa just said "SMH, those two are just babies". Yes they are, if you mean that here, in 2020, you must have the simple mind of a baby to think that you'll be able to allegedly use a credit card, of any kind, stolen or not, anywhere, and not have your image captured at some point of the transaction on video. The added plus in this photo is that neither were wearing the required face mask or covering. If you recognize either of the baby-faced guys in the photo, give Naugy PD a call.