Naugatuck PD: Suspects stole BMW, crashed on Route eight

NAUGATUCK — motor vehicle thieves fled after crashing a motor vehicle stolen from the parking lot of a native comfort shop over the weekend, police referred to.

A car stolen from a local convenience shop parking zone over the weekend sustained heavy damage in a collision as the suspects fled the enviornment, police noted Monday.

Officers were dispatched to Cumberland Farms on North main highway for a mentioned stolen motor automobile round 7:30 a.m. Saturday.

The victim told police the grey BMW changed into left idling in a parking lot near the save’s entrance. When the sufferer walked out of the shop, the vehicle became long gone, police said.

“A witness stated seeing a black Volvo sedan with darkish tinted windows pressure into the parking lot and two Black men exited the vehicle and entered the BMW,” police noted. “both automobiles had been considered getting into Route 8 northbound.”

Police referred to the driving force of the Volvo turned into a tall, skinny man, maybe in his 30s, donning all black clothing. A rear passenger turned into described as a might be teenage boy with brief hair, additionally wearing all black garb.

The BMW became recovered with the aid of Connecticut State Police on Route 8 north near Exit 35 after it turned into concerned in a crash. Police talked about the car sustained heavy damage within the accident.

The occupants fled before police arrived.

Police talked about they don’t have any video photos of the incident at present.

The investigation is ongoing.

Police advised residents to reduce the opportunity of motor car thefts via locking motors and putting off all valuables.