A Norwalk man who is accused of stealing computer equipment from a Hamden business last summer has been arrested.
Police responded to Wooster Street Travel Agency on Whitney Avenue in July 2018 after getting a report of a burglary.
Investigators said they determined that 58-year-old Albert Pelletier, of Norwalk, forcible entered the business and stole $3,000 worth of computer equipment.
Authorities believe Pelletier used a cement footing to shatter the back door of the business.
Detectives conducted an investigation and applied for an arrest warrant for Pellieter, which the court then approved, police said.
On Tuesday, Hamden Police arrested Pelletier at Meriden Superior Court.
He is facing charges including burglary, larceny and criminal mischief.
Pelletier was detained on $25,000 bond and was arraigned later in the day.