Cash, Surveillance System Stolen From Ansonia Restaurant | NBC Connecticut

Cash, Surveillance System Stolen From Ansonia Restaurant




    Police are investigating after money and a surveillance system were stolen from an Ansonia restaurant and said similar burglaries have been reported in Seymour and Derby.

    The owner of Crave Restaurant, at 102 Main Street in Ansonia, called police Tuesday morning to report that someone had broken in overnight. The burglar apparently shattered a window and took money from a safe. The restaurant’s video surveillance system was also stolen, police said.

    Investigators working on the case found a cash register stolen during a separate burglary in Seymour, according to police. Seymour and Ansonia police are working together to identify a suspect or suspects.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact Ansonia police at 203-735-1885.