Stratford police seek public's help in string of car break-ins

Police say two men were caught on video using stolen credit cards from cars they broke into in Stratford.

Police say two men were caught on video using stolen credit cards from cars they broke into in Stratford.

Police say two men were caught on video using stolen credit cards from cars they broke into in Stratford. (9/20/16)

STRATFORD - Police in Stratford are asking for the public's help in finding those responsible for a string of car break-ins.

Police released surveillance pictures of two men they say were using stolen credit cards Monday night from cars they broke into.

Police say the two were using the cards on Barnum Avenue at Walgreens and the 24/7 store across the street to buy personal items.

Residents are urged to lock their car doors at all times. Anyone with information on the break-ins is asked to call Stratford police.

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Stratford Car Break-Ins

Stratford Police : 203-385-4119

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