Suspect caught on camera in 4th burglary at Lillian Street home in Stamford

A Stamford woman hopes someone recognizes the suspect caught on surveillance video breaking into her home, car and garage in the fourth burglary there. The

A Stamford woman hopes someone recognizes the suspect

A Stamford woman hopes someone recognizes the suspect caught on surveillance video breaking into her home, car and garage in the fourth burglary at her home. (Credit: News 12)

STAMFORD - A Stamford woman hopes someone recognizes the suspect caught on surveillance video breaking into her home, car and garage in the fourth burglary there.

The woman, who lives on Lillian Street on the city's west side, did not want to give her name or have her face shown on video out of fear of retaliation. She says the video shows the suspect walking down her driveway with an empty bag and leaving with a bag full of items taken from her home.

She says the suspect struck most recently on Monday, which is the incident finally caught on camera. Stamford police suggested she get a surveillance system and lights installed after the third burglary so she would have evidence in the event it happened again.

Police say they are actively investigating at least one of the burglaries.

 

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