Purse, Dog Meds Stolen from Car at Talcott Mountain - NBC Connecticut

Purse, Dog Meds Stolen from Car at Talcott Mountain

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    Someone broke into a car at Talcott Mountain State Park in Simsbury late last month and stole the victim’s purse and medication for the person’s dog. Now State Environmental Conservation Police are asking for help to identify the people they said used the woman’s credit cards.

    The car break-in happened around noon on May 25, according to EnCon police.

    Someone smashed in the front window on the passenger side and stole the victim's purse, which was covered and out of sight, as well as medications the victim's dog needs.

    Soon after, the victim's credit cards were used at a grocery store in Hartford and EnCon police released surveillance footage from when the credit cards were used.

    Anyone with information about the thefts or has information that can assist in identifying the people in the photograph should call 860-424-3333 or 1-800-842-4357 and reference EnCon Police Case#16-11233.