Norwalk police release burglary photos

Norwalk police are hoping someone will recognize the suspects in newly released surveillance pictures from a recent burglary. Officers say the burglary happened Thursday at

NORWALK - Norwalk police are hoping someone will recognize the suspects in newly released surveillance pictures from a recent burglary.

Officers say the burglary happened Thursday at a business on Wall Street.

They say there have been several incidents in the area.

Police say the same four suspects have been seen breaking into businesses and stealing items.

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Norwalk Robbery Surveillance Photos

Norwalk Police Department, Detective Bureau : 203-854-3180

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