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Haddam Troopers: Alan’s Small Engine Repair Theft — Public’s Help Needed

Submitted by Trooper DeAngelo.
On Sept. 28, 20 at approximately 4:57 p.m., Troopers responded to Alan’s Small Engine Repair located at 112 Bridge Road in Haddam for the report of a larceny.
Upon arrival, Troopers ascertained that a white male, approximately 30 years of age, approx. 5’6″ in height, medium build, wearing a red colored bandana on his face, and tattoos on both arms (pictured to the left) entered the store.  Once inside, he engaged in polite conversation with staff and browsed around the showroom.  He then proceeded to take two (2) pieces of Stihl power equipment off a display rack, advise the staff members “I’ll take these,” and flee out of the store without paying for the merchandise.
He then proceeded to leave the premises in an older model beat-up four door sedan, silver in color (pictured to the right).  The vehicle had notable front end damage and the license place was covered with a piece of cardboard.
Troopers are requesting the public’s help in identifying this person and/or the vehicle depicted above.  Anyone that may have any information about this incident is asked to please contact TFC John Swokla #454 at CSP Troop-F.  860-399-2100 or John.Swokla@ct.gov.

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