Wolcott police are searching for a suspect in attempted ATM thefts at a bowling lane and cafe.
Wolcott police said they have arrested Jennifer Barillo-Gill of Meriden, who is accused of third-degree conspiracy to commit burglary and third-degree conspiracy to commit larceny.
Police have also arrested Barillo-Gill’s brother, James Gill for his alleged involvement the attempted thefts, police said. He is accused of first-degree criminal mischief, third-degree burglary, and fourth and sixth-degree larceny, Wolcott police announced.
According to police, after a lengthy investigation James Gill and Jennifer Barillo-Gill are suspected of theft and attempted theft of ATMs that had been stolen from Wolcott Bowling Lanes and the Rock Star Café back in July.
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Both James Gill and Jennifer Barillo-Gill have been released on $75,000 bonds and their court date is Oct. 28, police said.
Police currently have two active arrest warrants and are still searching for Jennifer Barillo-Gill’s husband, Francis Gill, who investigators say is connected with the thefts and attempted thefts.
Wolcott Police ask if anyone has further information on this investigation to call 203-879-1414 or 203-879-8120.