Police continue investigation into Friday burglaries

NORWICH – Police continue to investigate a rash of burglaries that occurred Friday both north and south of the city and suspect the crimes may be related.

Four separate locations were broken into Nov. 30, all along Rt. 12 in the Town of Norwich. In every instance the burglar) cost each of the businesses more in damages than in stolen property.



Kuntriset Kitchens and Baths Design Center owner Michael Stockin was one of 10 commercial tenants victimized at the Rt. 12 South location.

“They came in the back damaged a lot of the doors and rifled though any and all the drawers they could get open,” said Stockin.

Rainbow’s End Redemption Center, Professional Teleconcepts and Jeffrey’s RV Mobile homes were also burglarized.

Kuntriset suffered a total loss of around $3,000 for damage done to rear doors, interior doors and desks. All were forced open with a pry bar or other metal instrument.


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