Have you seen this person of interest? The Connecticut State Police in New Fairfield are on the lookout for this car burglary suspect.

The police in New Fairfield in coordination with Connecticut State Troopers have taken to social media to see if anyone has any information, or knows the person seen in these surveillance photos.

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According to Connecticut State Police who posted these photos on their Facebook page, they are investigating a vehicle break in / larceny incident that happened late in the afternoon this past Wednesday, (January 12), in the area of Biscotti's Ristorante on Cottontail Road.

In the police report, the person of interest apparently broke into the vehicle and took some cash and credit cards, and then the suspect used the credit cards at several different locations in Danbury.

The suspect who the police identify as a male, was last seen getting into a dark grey Nissan Rogue or Murano with an unknown license plate.

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Police are asking the public for help in identifying the alleged suspect in the photos, and are asking anyone who has any information about the suspect or the car break in to contact Trooper Koehler #599 at (203) 312-5701. Of course, all calls will be kept strictly confidential.

Here's a checklist of things you can do from the folks at allstate.com to keep your car safe from burglary and break ins.

  1. Lock Your Doors.
  2. Remove Your Keys from the Vehicle.
  3. Do Not Leave a Spare Key Near Your Vehicle.
  4. Close the Windows.
  5. Park in Well-Lit Areas.
  6. Install an Audible Alarm System and Anti-Theft Device.
  7. Install a Vehicle Immobilizer System.
  8. Install a Tracking System.
  9. Do Not Leave Valuables In Your Car
  10. Be Alert

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