Thieves steal laptop, wallet from vehicles during crime spree – The Monroe Sun

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MONROE, CT — Thieves continue to target neighborhoods late at night. Two incidents of thefts and attempted thefts from vehicles were recently reported on Hannah Lane with a third incident on Jamianna Lane.
Police remind residents to lock their vehicle doors and not to leave valuables inside.
On Thursday, a Hannah Lane man told police his laptop and its carrying case were stolen from his unlocked pickup truck sometime overnight when it was parked in his driveway.
The laptop was later recovered on Cutlers Farm Road, police said.
Another Hannah Lane resident told police she noticed items in her unlocked vehicle had been moved around, though nothing was stolen.
In a third report Thursday, a Jamianna Lane man told police two vehicles on his property were entered overnight and a wallet was taken. Police said a credit card inside the stolen wallet was later used.
MONROE, CT — Police responded to two incidents of thefts from vehicles in the Carl Anthony’s parking lot on Main Street on Christmas Eve. At 8:57 p.m., a Trumbull woman told officers a window of her Audi A5 was smashed and wrapped Christmas presents were stolen from the front seat, along with a large pocketbook containing $700 cash, eight credit cards and an unknown number of gift cards, according to the report.
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