Police need help identifying Farmington thieves

Suspected individuals in Nordstrom's Rack burglaries (Photo: Farmington Police Department)

FARMINGTON, Conn. (WTNH) – Police are asking for help identifying the suspects involved in four robberies at Nordstrom’s Rack in Farmington.

The four incidents occurred within ten days at the Southeast Road store, with the most recent on February 24th. The suspects are different in each event, but the vehicle used to transport the individuals appears to be the same light-colored Buick SUV.

In all four events, the suspects entered the store, stole merchandise from the racks located closest to the front of the building, and left the area in the SUV.

Vehicle suspects used to leave the scene. (Photo: Farmington Police Department)
Vehicle suspects used to leave the scene. (Photo: Farmington Police Department)

During the latest incident on February 24th, the store’s Loss Prevention personnel tried stopping one of the male suspects and got hit in the face.

Farmington police need assistance in identifying the two male suspects and SUV in these photos from the most recent robbery.

Anyone with information about these incidents, suspects or the getaway vehicle should call Sergeant Bailey at the Farmington Police Department Detective Division at (860) 675-2411 or the FPD tip line at (860) 675-2483.

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