Connecticut State Police warn drivers to lock car doors after another attempted break-in

If you can help identify this person, you are asked to contact Connecticut State Police. (Photo: Connecticut State Police)

(WTNH) — Connecticut State Police are once again warning drivers to lock their car doors.

Troopers tweeted out video of an attempted break-in in Durham.

It happened early Saturday morning.

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Anyone who recognizes the person shown in the video is asked to call police.

Officers say suspects are looking for easy targets, those being unlocked and easy-to-access cars.

The suspects are not smashing windows. They are simply opening up car doors and stealing things from inside.

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