Police Investigate Rash of Burlgaries in Litchfield County

By Ari Mason
|  Wednesday, Sep 25, 2013  |  Updated 9:02 PM EDT
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Police Investigate Rash of Burlgaries in Litchfield County

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State police are investigating a rash of home burglaries in the area of Thomaston and Northfield.

Two of the break-ins happened Monday and Tuesday on Old Northfield Road and Jackson Street in Thomaston. Both burglaries happened during daylight hours, according to police.

Jewelry, cash and electronics were stolen from the homes. Police said a motorcycle was also taken from the house on Jackson Street.

Investigators are looking for a gold or tan-colored midsize pickup truck in connection with the burglaries.

Police said they believe the incidents are linked to at least five other recent burglaries in the Thomaston and Northfield area.

They’ve responded to the break-ins by increasing patrols on residential streets and asking residents to remain alert and report suspicious activity right away.

Anyone with information about the burglaries is urged to contact police.

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