MONROE, CT — A Nissan Sentra was stolen from the front of a residence on Josies Ring Road and later recovered in the 200-block of Old Zoar Road Tuesday morning, where it was left with the trunk open, the glove box open and papers strewn on the passenger seat, according to police.
Officers investigating the scene on Old Zoar Road traced ownership of the vehicle to a residence on Josies Ring Road. There officers spoke to the owner and discovered doors of two other vehicles on the property were opened, but nothing was taken.
When the Nissan was stolen on Josies Ring Road, police said the doors were left unlocked with keys inside, adding the keys were not found when officers recovered the car on Old Zoar Road.
Over $1,000 in baby formula
A shoplifter stole $1,027 worth of baby formula, paper towels and other merchandise from Stop & Shop on Dec. 2.
At approximately 5:18 p.m., officers were called for a shoplifting in progress at the store at 470 Monroe Turnpike, but when they arrived the suspect was already gone, according to police.
A local man told police someone used his personal information to open checking and debit card accounts in his name at TD Bank.
Police said the identity theft victim did not suffer a financial loss, but was advised to notify the three major credit bureaus of the situation and to monitor his accounts.
A Monroe man told police someone made four fraudulent charges on his Bank of America credit card totaling $1,551, according to a complaint made Wednesday.