A UPS driver is accused of stealing from customers while out on deliveries in North Haven.
Twenty-six-year-old Quintell Suggs was arrested on larceny charges Monday.
According to police, a Giles Avenue resident witnessed Suggs steal a video game out of her mailbox while he was delivering another package. The resident called police and officers returned the video game.
Through investigation, police determined that Suggs had also stolen a $150 BOSE speaker off the desk of a Republic Drive business while he was making a delivery there. The speaker was found in the UPS truck.
Police said Suggs was a temporary holiday employee and had been hired by UPS two days before the thefts.
Suggs was also wanted on a failure to appear charge for a motor vehicle violation, police said.
He was held on a $10,000 bond.
NBC Connecticut has reached out to UPS for comment.