Glastonbury Police Take to Social Media To Capture Suspects

(Surveillance photo provided by Glastonbury Police)

GLASTONBURY, Conn. (WTNH) – Glastonbury police have taken to social media to try to catch a bank fraud suspect.  They posted surveillance photos from a fraudulent banking transaction at People’s United Bank at the Stop and Shop on Oak Street.  A female suspect with gold teeth, and two accomplices were captured by the surveillance camera.  Police say the same suspects were also involved in a similar crime in Westport.  If you recognize any of the suspects, or have any information about the crimes, call police at 860-633-8301.



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