Juvenile Car Thieves Staying Busy in Greenwich during Pandemic

On Monday Lt Mark Zuccerella reported that six cars were stolen in Greenwich between April 24 and 26.

A Jeep was stolen from Bowman Drive. A Mazda was stolen from Stanwich Rd.

Someone attempted to steal an Audi on Keofferam, but failed.

A Ford was stolen from Indian Head.

Two other cars, a Jetta stolen from Meadow Rd in Old Greenwich and a Mercedes stolen from Rockland in Old Greenwich were both recovered in Bridgeport.

Zuccerella said that so far in 2020, 34 vehicles have been stolen; 27 of them recovered.

Five cases have been closed by arrests when the car was recovered.

All were stolen by juveniles. The other cases remain under investigation.

There were 47 Larcenies from motor vehicles, and Zuccerella said all but a few were juveniles looking for keys.

Just as recently as Thursday, April 23, Zuccerella said two 15-year-olds from Greenwich were arrested following an incident on Bolling Place in downtown.

The juveniles were charged with Possession of Burglar Tools and two counts of Conspiracy each.

They share a date in Bridgeport Juvenile court on June 16, 2020.

Going back to April 19, a Mercedes and a BMW were stolen from the area of Stanwich and Cat Rock. Also, a Ford was stolen from the area of Hamilton Avenue.

The Mercedes and the BMW were both recovered in Waterbury. Both had been left unlocked with keys in the car.