Stratford man arraigned in Monroe watch thefts

A Stratford man was arraigned today for allegedly stealing more than $1 million worth of watches from his employer.Police say Gilberto Nieves, 38, spent more

STRATFORD - A Stratford man was arraigned today for allegedly stealing more than $1 million worth of watches from his employer.

Police say Gilberto Nieves, 38, spent more than a year stealing watches from Victorinox Swiss Army in Monroe to put them on sale on Ebay.

Officials say Nieves was arrested yesterday after a yearlong investigation. More arrests are expected in the case.

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