Subway restaurant robbery & pursuit in Farmington

FARMINGTON, Conn. (WTNH) — The Subway Restaurant located at 1426 Farmington Avenue was robbed Monday morning and there was an attempted robbery minutes later at a Dunkin Donuts located at 1015 Farmington Avenue by the same suspect, Farmington police confirmed.

Officers were able to locate a green Honda that was fleeing the Dunkin Donuts and attempted to stop the vehicle on Farmington Avenue. The suspect, Kevin Colon (27) of New Britain, fled the scene and was being pursued by officers. The chase continued into New Britain and the car crashed on Slater Road.

The suspect was then taken into custody by Farmington officers. There was a second vehicle that was hit during the crash and the individual involved was treated on scene for minor injuries.

The suspect was transported to the Farmington Police Department and the vehicle was transported as well for evidence processing. No further information has been released.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Farmington PD Detective Sergeant Tim McKenzie at 860-675-2411.

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