Mayor Dick Moccia's campaign signs stolen in Norwalk

Republican party leaders in Norwalk say someone has been taking their campaign signs across the city which are worth more than $1,000. Republican Committee Chairman

NORWALK - Republican party leaders in Norwalk say someone has been taking their campaign signs across the city, which are worth more than $1,000.

Republican Committee Chairman Art Scialabba says around 150 "Moccia for Mayor" signs are missing.

He says the party will press charges if they find the person responsible.

Mayor Dick Moccia is running against the former Norwalk police chief, Democrat Harry Rilling.

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