Naugatuck and Watertown Police Seek Public Help Identifying Suspects
It was a busy weekend around greater Waterbury and two local police departments are seeking the public's help in identifying three suspects involved with two different incidents in their towns.
First, the Watertown Police Department received a call regarding a theft from the Adams Hometown Market at 1167 Main Street on July 20, 2021. Following their investigation, officers have identified the male and female suspects that you see in the photo above.
The vehicle used during the theft has been identified as a black Nissan Frontier Pickup truck with Florida plates. I'm assuming that the plates were stolen because the Watertown Police state in their post that this information is not helpful to them.
Anyone with information regarding the male or female suspect, or their vehicle, is being asked to call the Watertown Police Department at 860-945-5200, e-mail: email@example.com and possibly receive a cash reward by anonymously calling Crime Stoppers at 860-945-9940.
The day before the Watertown incident, on July 19 at around 8:24 PM, a Naugatuck Police Officer encountered a man on a motorcycle allegedly driving recklessly on Meadow Street in town. The operator of the motorcycle passed several vehicles along Meadow Street, including the officers. Great timing buddy.
The suspect fled as officers attempted to stop him. The operator of the motorcycle is described as a white male, around 20 years old, wearing a blue coat with dark blue sleeves, jeans and a black motorcycle helmet. The motorcycle is believed to be a smaller sport bike.
If you have any info, please contact the Naugatuck Police Department at 203-729-5221, or the NPD anonymous tip line at 203-720-1010