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Unlicensed Contractor Stole $55,000 Worth of Jewelry from Client’s Home: Police

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    North Haven Police

    North Haven police have arrested an unlicensed contractor who they said is accused of stealing around $55,000 worth of jewelry from a client’s house.

    A woman who lives on Clintonville Road reached out to police on Sept. 23 to report that around $55,000 worth of jewelry was missing from her residence after hiring a contractor to perform home improvements, police said.

    North Haven police obtained an arrest warrant for 41-year-old Troy Tondalo, of Wallingford.

    On Monday he was charged with first-degree larceny and offering home improvements without a license.

    He was held on a $50,000 bond.


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