String of country club burglaries hits Fairfield County

Police have released pictures of two men believed to be suspects in the burglaries.

Police have released pictures of two men believed to be suspects in the burglaries.

A number of burglaries at Fairfield County country clubs over the past week have prompted the Greenwich Police Department to warn the community about these incidents.

The crimes have generally been committed in unlocked vehicles and unsecured lockers at golf courses and country clubs in the area.

Police believe that two suspects are involved in the burglaries. Suspect number one is a white Hispanic male with an accent and a heavy build. Suspect number two is a white or Hispanic male of medium build who was seen wearing sunglasses and an orange golf shirt.

It is believed that the suspects are operating a white Nissan Maxima or Altima with a Texas license plate. It is also believed that suspect number one may be entering clubhouses in an attempt to locate unsecured lockers. When approached by county club staff, the suspect indicates that he is a guest but cannot provide the name of the member.

Anyone observing the described suspects or vehicle are requested to contact their local police department. Law enforcement agencies recommend that valuables such has wallets, purses and jewelry be secured either in locked lockers within the clubhouse or within the trunk of a motor vehicle.

If your vehicle does not have a concealed trunk area, it is recommended that valuables are hidden from plain view. It is always recommended that vehicles are locked when they are unattended and unoccupied.

The Greenwich Police Department can be reached at 203-662-5300.

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