Suspect in Cumberland Farms David Hasselhoff sign theft comes forward

SHELTON - Shelton police say one person has come forward after two men dragged a convenience store worker with their SUV, critically injuring him.

The worker was trying to stop them from stealing cardboard posters featuring David Hasselhoff.

It happened yesterday at the Cumberland Farms on River Road.

Police say the employee went after them and hit his head when he was dragged by their vehicle.
 

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