Weston police displays stolen items from southwestern Connecticut crime spree

Authorities say Joshua Bamman, 38, and his girlfriend Kathleen Falcone, 33, were involved in the crime spree. (1/28/14)

WESTON - Weston Police displayed what they say is more than $30,000 worth of items stolen from homes in Weston, Redding, Wilton, Westport, Fairfield, and Easton.

Authorities say Joshua Bamman, 38, and his girlfriend Kathleen Falcone, 33, were involved in the crime spree that spanned for at least two years. The couple surrendered to police Monday and was charged with larceny. 

Police found the items stashed at homes where the two lived, but they believe there are more items to be recovered. 

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Police say that Bamman and Falcone are not cooperating with them. Authorities believe there are other individuals involved in the crime. They have not been able to identify any other suspects. 

Both Bamman and Falcone are set to be in court Feb. 5.

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