Farmington police searching for commercial break-in suspects

Farmington police say the people in this car stole several high-end tools from an auto repair garage late Tuesday night (Photo: Farmington Police)

 

Farmington police are looking for two suspects in this vehicle that are accused of stealing high-end tools from auto repair shops (Photo: Farmington Police)
Farmington police are looking for two suspects in this vehicle that are accused of stealing high-end tools from auto repair shops (Photo: Farmington Police)

FARMINGTON, Conn. (WTNH) — Farmington police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a vehicle they say was used in a commercial burglary on Tuesday night.

Officers said two suspects broke into an auto repair garage and stole several expensive tools during the overnight hours of Tuesday into Wednesday. Police believe these same suspects may also be involved in similar burglaries in surrounding towns.

The vehicle the suspects were driving is described as a 1994 or newer Acura Integra sedan, with one of left side tail lights out.

If you have any information about the vehicle or its occupants you’re asked to call Farmington Detective Sergeant Sean Bailey at 860-675-2411. Officers believe these thieves are specifically targeting high-end tools.

Farmington police are also urging business owners to ensure their alarm systems are activated and all doors are secured before closing for the night.

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