Police in Fairfield County are searching for two men who have been stealing from unlocked vehicles and also trying to enter clubhouses to find unsecured lockers. When approached by club staff, one man says he is a guest, but cannot provide the name of his member sponsor.
Two men have been stealing from unlocked vehicles parked at golf courses and country clubs in Fairfield County, Connecticut, and police are asking for help from the public to identify the culprits, NBC Connecticut reported.
Police believe two men are involved, NBC Connecticut reported, and one, described as having a heavy build and accent, is believed to have been entering clubhouses to try to find unsecured lockers. When club staff members have approached him, he has said he is a guest, but cannot provide the name of the member.
The other man has a medium build and was described as wearing sunglasses and an orange golf shirt.
Police believe the men have been traveling in a white Nissan Maxima or Altima with a Texas license plate, NBC Connecticut reported.
The police departments in Darien and Stratford issued a joint news release about the suspects and recommended that all valuables, including wallets, purses and jewelry, be secured in locked lockers within the clubhouse or in a vehicle’s trunk. If a vehicle does not have a concealed trunk area, the police added, club members and guests should avoid leaving valuables in plain view, and all vehicles should be locked when they are unattended and unoccupied.
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