New Milford PD Says This Man is Suspected of Stealing Credit Card
The New Milford Police Department sent out a request for help from the public on Tuesday (8/15/23).
The post hit their Facebook page at 6:21 am Tuesday and featured three photos.
The New Milford Police Department wrote:
"Officer McIntyre is seeking assistance in identifying the person in the photos below. The individual is suspected of using credit cards stolen from a purse in town. The cards were used at a local bank on 7/26/2023."
If anyone has any information they're encourage to contact Ofc. McIntyre at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every year my nose gets really dry, usually from November to February. During these months I think, man I really want to pick my nose right now and clear house but something stops me, cameras.
Cameras are everywhere. Not only are they being used constantly by every single person with a phone but they're part of our infrastructure in modern life. Every homeowner has at least one on their porch, businesses have them running around the clock for security and cities use them to manage traffic violations.
I'm sure there are some blind spots, if you luck out you might be able to do something that doesn't end up on film but the odds are not in your favor.There is nowhere to run or hide anymore. Crime just doesn't pay unless you're a hacker they get away with everything.
P.S. OK, the cameras don't ALWAYS stop me from picking but they always make me think twice.
P.S. #2 - I think I have the same shirt as the suspect.
P.S. #3 - SIR! You're a grownup who is not at the beach, take the sandals off and put on footwear that covers your toes.
P.S. #4 - If you are the suspect in the photo and you want to tell your side of the story, reach out to me. We will have you as our next guest on the I-95 Morning Show. If this is all a big misunderstanding we can probably help you work it out, maybe.
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