WOLCOTT, CT (WFSB) – A person attacked a home-owner in her storage and stole her automobile, police in Wolcott instructed Channel 3.
The sufferer, Barbara Manning, stated she thought her husband was getting into the storage. Nevertheless, it was a stranger who forcefully knocked her to the bottom and took off in her SUV.
“I’ve been residing in that home for 63 years. By no means had an issue. Now rapidly any person come and take my automobile,” Manning stated.
A neighbor’s surveillance digital camera confirmed video of the suspect strolling alongside Grove Avenue round 9 a.m. on Thursday, moments earlier than the assault.
“He didn’t say nothing, however he appeared like he was on medicine although. Once I come out the door and he checked out me and that’s when he pushed me again. He put the important thing in there and stored going,” Manning instructed Channel 3.
Wolcott police stated they discovered the 2022 Chevy Trailblazer deserted in Waterbury have been analyzing it for proof.
“He left DNA. He wasn’t sporting gloves or something. His fingerprints had been throughout, in order quickly as we’re in a position to match that up, , we must always be capable of establish him. I’m simply very joyful that the girl was not injured. She didn’t get harm fortunately,” stated Chief Ed Stephens, Wolcott Police Division.
As for Manning, she stated she’s grateful she wasn’t harm and glad to have her new automobile again. Nevertheless, she nonetheless feels unsettled.
“I’m nonetheless shaken however ailing recover from it,” she stated.
Police in Wolcott proceed to seek for a person who attacked a girl and stole her SUV.
A neighbor’s surveillance digital camera reveals video of him strolling alongside Grove Avenue moments earlier than the assault in broad daylight at round 9 o’clock this morning.
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