Southington police are investigating several overnight burglaries and break-ins at salons and other businesses since the beginning of March. Officers have responded to seven incidents and they are trying to determine if all are connected.
On March 4, officers responded to 31 Liberty St. to investigate burglaries at Pure Skin. Beauty Bar and Beauty Bar Academy.
During the break-in at Pure Skin, $98 was stolen from the salon and the receiver for the surveillance system was damaged. Police said the estimate of the damage is around $250.
Burglars stole $60 from Beauty Bar and nothing was taken from Beauty Bar Academy, according to police.
There was another break-in at Beauty Bar on March 16. Nothing was taken, but the security latch on a window was damaged.
On the same day, police responded to a burglary at Casey’s Image Consultant’s at 51 North Main St. and found that around $40 was taken.
Police responded to two commercial burglaries at 710 Main St. on April 20 and said a bag of sand was used to break a window.
A small safe was removed from the safe at Salon Zurell and $10,000 was taken. The safe was found in the parking lot, according to police.
Police said the other burglary was at Maid Pro and nothing seemed to be missing.
Investigators ask anyone with information to call the Southington Police Department Detective Division at 860-378-1600, extension 5.