Police search for suspect in daycare car robberies in Ridgefield

(Image: Ridgefield Police Department)
(Image: Ridgefield Police Department)

RIDGEFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) — Ridgefield police are looking for leads after purses were from parents’ cars parked at two childcare facilities over the course of 30 minutes on November 10.

The Ridgefield Police Department is investigating after pocketbooks were stolen from two cars parked at two separate childcare facilities. Police say that both robberies occurred on the afternoon of November 10, between 4:15 p.m. and 4:45 p.m., and that in both cases the suspect entered through an unlocked door, after parking and waiting for the parents to go inside each childcare facility.

(Image: Ridgefield Police Department)
(Image: Ridgefield Police Department)

Police say they are looking for a newer Kia Sedona minivan, white in color and with unknown out-of-state plates. They issued a reminder:

“We would like to remind everyone to never leave valuables in your vehicle and always make sure they are locked. Please report any suspicious activity.”

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Officer Victoria Ryan at the Ridgefield Police Department at (203) 438-6531, or by way of the Anonymous Tip Line at (203) 431-2345.

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