Norwalk Woman Charged In Burglary Of Tattoo Parlor

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NORWALK, Conn. – A Norwalk woman has been accused of breaking into a local tattoo parlor , police said.

The owner of Raven’s Nest Tattoo Parlor on Liberty Square reported an overnight burglary earlier this month, police said. The safe had been opened, and $1,800 in cash had gone missing, according to the police report. The security system’s DVR had also been damaged, police said.

Police checked security footage from nearby businesses and identified Sunny Mills, 31, of Woodbury Avenue and a man as the suspects in the break-in, police said. The man had had a previous relationship with the business’s owner and knew the building’s alarm codes and how to access the safe, according to the police report.

Mills was arrested on a warrant Friday and charged with third-degree burglary, third-degree larceny and conspiracy. She was held on $10,000 bond, and is due in court on Jan.  9.

Police have also identified the other suspect but he has not been arrested, police said Monday.

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Broad River:

Who's the person who owns the shop?

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