Police in Watertown ask for public’s help finding wanted man, woman

WATERTOWN, Conn. (WTNH) —  The Watertown Police Department is attempting to locate two parties on active arrest warrants. The charges stem from an August 4 theft when one of the suspects, Erica Saucier, was identified as stealing a pocketbook from a carriage at Stop & Shop on Straits Turnpike. The pocketbook contained personal items, $170 in cash, an iPhone, wallet and various credit cards.

Saucier fled the store and left in a U-Haul box truck rented by suspect Christopher Main. On the day of the theft and in subsequent days, Saucier and Main were captured on video surveillance at numerous stores in Waterbury, making charges and attempting charges in the victim’s name. The stores include CVS on Chase Avenue, CVS on West Main Street, Walgreens on West Main Street and Webster Bank on Reidville Drive.

Saucier, 27, is charged with larceny in the fourth degree, three counts of theft of credit card, three counts of illegal use of credit card, three counts of identity theft, four counts of criminal impersonation, two counts of larceny in the sixth degree, and criminal attempt at larceny in the fifth degree.

Main, 36, is charged with conspiracy to commit larceny in the fourth degree, conspiracy to commit theft of credit card, conspiracy to commit illegal use of credit card, three counts of conspiracy to commit identity theft, three counts of conspiracy to commit criminal impersonation, and two counts of conspiracy to commit larceny in the sixth degree.

Both Saucier and Main list the last known address as 33 Oak Street in Thomaston. Anyone with information on their location is asked to call the Watertown Police Department at 860-945-5200 or Crimestoppers at 860-945-9940 for an anonymous cash reward. We are asking for information only.