NORWALK, Conn. Several cars were broken into in Norwalk this past weekend, Norwalk police reported.
An iPad, MacBook Pro laptop and $2,000 were taken from a car on Monroe Street Sunday.
On Seaview Avenue, the passenger-side front window of a car was reported smashed Sunday morning. The owner reported the glove box was open and an employee-issued laptop and a GPS unit were taken.
An unlocked car on Lubrano Place reportedly had a Garmin GPS, prescription drugs and a wallet which contained ID taken from it Sunday morning.
The front-passenger window of a vehicle was reported broken Sunday at Fort Point Street. Nothing was reported stolen.
A pharmaceutical sales representative reported having her car broken into on Ann Street when she noticed the left rear window broken Sunday morning. She reported having samples of Avadar, Staxyn, Lovaza and Jayln taken, although she told police she was unaware of the exact contents of her car. Police said a large, silver cross was found on the scene below the broken window. The victim did not claim it as hers.
So far, the police have no suspects in any of the incidents.
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