Police: Multiple Fairfield business burglaries may be connected to neighboring townsPosted: Updated:
At least four businesses in Fairfield were burglarized and police believe they may be connected to similar burglaries in Stratford and Bridgeport.
Police in Fairfield are trying to track down the suspects responsible for burglarizing at least four businesses in town.
The first burglary happened at Chaves Bakery on King's Highway in late January.
Police say King's Deli on King's Highway, China Wok, and Blue Cactus Grill were all burglarized on Black Rock Turnpike this month.
Police say the suspect or suspects spun locks on the businesses in order to gain access then got away with loose change and a small amount of cash.
Investigators are working with police in Bridgeport and Stratford because they believe the incidents are similar to burglaries that happened there.
Police say all of the burglaries happened between 12 a.m. and 4 a.m.
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