Middletown police seek suspects in string of larcenies

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MIDDLETOWN — The Middletown Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects involved in multiple larceny incidents across the city.

Authorities reported that on May 14, two individuals were captured on surveillance cameras stealing $237.88 worth of merchandise, including Yankee candles, Tampax, and leggings from the Walgreen’s at 633 Washington St.

The same suspects are believed to be connected to similar thefts at the Walgreen’s on 311 Main St Ext and the CVS at 308 Main St Ext, which also occurred on May 14.

Photos released by the police show the suspects and their vehicle, described as a black Honda Accord with silver or white wheels.

The car is noted for having tinted windows and a tinted windshield.

Its Connecticut passenger registration plate contains two letters followed by five digits.

The Middletown Police Department urges anyone with information on the suspects or the vehicle to come forward.

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