Trumbull business burglarized twice in one week

A local service station was burglarized twice over the span of seven days, police said Tuesday.

The burglaries happened at All-Town Mobil service station at 2775 Nichols Ave. The first incident was on Jan. 1 and the second was Tuesday morning.

Around 3:30 a.m. on Jan. 1, Trumbull police responded to the service station for a report of an activated burglary alarm and found the rear door of the business had been forced open.

“A lone suspect was recorded fleeing the business with several cartons of cigarettes and several hundred dollars in cash,” police said.

The second incident happened around 3 a.m. Tuesday. Again, police responded for an activated burglary alarm. Officers found the glass on one of the entrance doors smashed in.

“Two suspects were recorded entering the business through the broken door and running off with several cartons of electronic cigarettes and cash totaling several hundred dollars,” police said.

An investigation into these incidents is ongoing and police are working to identify the suspects. Police did not indicate whether they believe the same suspects were involved in both burglaries.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Trumbull police at 203-261-3665 or via anonymous tipline found at trumbull-ct.gov/policetips.

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