MONROE, CT — Detectives are investigating the burglary of Salon 25, 115 Main St., which was discovered early Tuesday morning when an officer on patrol noticed the front window of the business had been shattered.
Police said the front door was still locked, but the burglar(s) managed to enter through the broken window and steal an undetermined amount of cash from the register.
Officers responded to the incident just before 1 a.m.
Stolen catalytic converters
Vazzy’s Osteria, 415 Main St., reported the theft of catalytic converters from two of its delivery vans Wednesday.
Police said the thefts occurred sometime overnight, between 10 p.m. on Tuesday and 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday.
The catalytic converters were valued at $1,500 each.
Tools were reported stolen from two unlocked work vans at Edgerton Inc., 786 Main St., according to a police complaint filed Thursday.
Police said the thefts occurred sometime overnight. The company is doing an inventory to determine exactly what tools were taken, as well as the value of the loss.
A Monroe woman turned herself in on a warrant Tuesday, charging her with improper storage of a pistol.
The firearm was stolen from the glovebox of a friend’s pickup truck in Bridgeport on Oct. 22 and she had told police she owned the gun, according to the report.
She was released on a promise to appear in court on Jan. 11.
A local woman received three pieces of mail from Santander Bank about her new accounts, but she had never opened an account there, according to a police complaint filed Monday.
Police said she contacted the bank and closed the fraudulent accounts, adding there was no financial loss.
She found no suspicious activity on her actual accounts and contacted the three major credit bureaus to place an alert on her credit, police said.