Cumberland Farms worker in critical condition after David Hasselhoff sign theft

SHELTON - Shelton police are looking for two men who stole signs from a gas station and critically injured an employee.

It happened early this morning at the Cumberland Farms on River Road.

Police say the men got out of a black SUV, cut two David Hasselhoff advertisements off of a light pole and when the worker tried to stop them, they dragged him with their car.

They say the worker fell and hit his head.

Officers say the SUV was last seen heading toward Stratford.
 

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