Greenwich Police are seeking the identity of a man who turned up on surveillance video at McDonald’s and Pet Pantry following a break in at Tom’s Driving School on Sept 7, 2018.
“We’re trying to identify this person,” Lt Slusarz said. “If anyone knows him or sees him, they should contact police.”
Slusarz said that a worker at Tom’s Driving School observed the door to the business had been damaged and alerted police.
The incident took place between about 7:00pm and 7:30pm.
The owner of Tom’s Driving School told police when she arrived for work she found the door to her business appeared to be damaged.
Video surveillance shows this person leaving 1212 East Putnam Ave and crossing the street to Pet Pantry. Slusarz said both McDonald’s and Pet Pantry shared video of the man, including footage of him crossing from 1212 East Putnam Ave.
“There’s a bunch of businesses at 1212 East Putnam Ave, so he might not be involved at all. He may have seen something that would help our investigators,” Slusarz said. “He may be a witness or a suspect. We want to talk to him about what he may or may not have seen.”
The man was driving a black Nissan Altima sedan (4th generation model years 2007-2012) with unknown plates (light colored plates either blue or white NY or CT plates).
As for the break-in, an inventory is still pending.
Anyone with information should contact Detective Ruszkowski at (203) 622-8075 email: email@example.com or Detective Manning (203) 622-3364, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reference case number 1800033575.