Several businesses burglarized in Manchester Tuesday night
MANCHESTER - Police are investigating whether several businesses burglarized in the Queen City on Tuesday night are related.
At 12:15 a.m. police responded to Good Still Pawn at 270 Armory St. for an activated alarm. Upon arrival, police noticed the front door had been smashed. The owner of the business determined several electronic devices had been stolen, but no suspects were located.
At 12:50 a.m. police responded to a D'Angelo's restaurant on Second St. for another activated alarm. Officers noticed a rear door had been damaged but no entry was gained and nothing was missing from the business.
Less than 15 minutes later, another alarm went off at Auto Consignment at 725 Second St. A rear door was damaged but police determined the suspects fled before gaining access to the building.
At 2:32 a.m. police then responded to The Willow Street Plaza for an alarm at 575 South Willow St. Doors to two businesses, Pearl Vision and Tails Above the Rest Pet Salon had been pried open, but again, the suspects fled before police arrived and nothing was reported stolen.
Shortly after, another alarm at Grand Slam Pizza on South Main St. alerted police and the business owner. The suspects broke in and reportedly stole a cash register with a small amount of change. The suspects were not there when police arrived.
Then at 3:33 a.m., Manchester police officers located a Severino Utility truck parked in the rear of Applebee's on Second St. Inside they found the missing cash register from Grand Slam Pizza. After an investigation, police determined the vehicle had been stolen from Severino Trucking.
Security cameras captured images of the suspects in several of these robberies and attempted robberies.
Anyone with information about any of the above incidents is asked to contact Manchester Police at 668-8711. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can report a tip to Manchester Crimeline at 624-4040.