Police: 3 armed men took Audi and Maserati in 2 Stamford armed carjackings

Police said the first incident happened in the area of 130 Tresser Blvd,, which is listed as a luxury apartment complex with an open parking garage.

Sandrina Rodrigues, Tom Krosnowski and Rose Shannon

Mar 28, 2024, 11:42 AM

Updated 26 days ago

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Stamford police say three armed men carjacked an Audi and a Maserati on Tresser Boulevard in Stamford Thursday morning.
Police said the first incident happened in the area of 130 Tresser Blvd,, which is listed as a luxury apartment complex with an open parking garage.
Police said three men stole an Audi and one Maserati at gunpoint.
No one was injured.
A second carjacking happened further up on East Main Street at a gas station in Stamford's East Side, police say.
The gas station clerk said it happened between 5 a.m. and 5:30 a.m.
No injured were reported in this case as well.
Police tell News 12 they are also investigating a separate carjacking that happened on the city's west side early Tuesday morning. All of the stolen vehicles have been recovered and police believe there is a link.
They are working with several agencies to identify those involved.
Stamford police remind drivers to lock their doors, park in well-lit areas and not to to resist if approached by a carjacker.
One car was stolen at gunpoint from the northbound Milford rest area. It was later recovered in Hamden.
There is no word yet if these crimes were connected or have anything to do with other carjackings in the area Wednesday.


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