SHELTON - David Hasselhoff has spoken out about a Cumberland Farms clerk who was critically injured while trying to stop the theft of signs featuring the actor.
He sent out a tweet saying, "I am shocked and truly saddened about the Cumberland Farms store clerk tragedy My heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with him and his family!"
Meanwhile, Shelton police say a 19-year old man has come forward and admitted his involvement in an incident yesterday.
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Police say teen and two other people stopped at the store on River Road and tried to steal two posters off of a pole.
When the worker tried to stop them, police say they dragged him with their car and the worker fell and hit his head.
Police say the teen is cooperating and they stress that no arrests have been made in the case at this point.
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I am shocked& truly saddened about the Cumberland farms store clerk tragedy My heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with him and his family!— David Hasselhoff (@DavidHasselhoff) August 21, 2013