FAIRFIELD, Conn. – When several Fairfield residents woke up over the weekend, they found their unlocked cars had been broken into and other cars had no tires, police said.
Residents of three homes on Woodside Drive reported to police Saturday morning that their cars had been entered.
At one residence, an unlocked car in the driveway was entered, police said. A cellphone, valued at $400, and a backpack, valued at $75, were taken, police said. The owner also told police that the car’s registration and insurance cars had been taken.
Owners of the two other cars on Woodside reported that their vehicles had been entered but nothing had been taken.
On Curtis Terrace, the owner of a 2013 Toyota Highlander woke Sunday to find his car on milk crates with all four tires and rims missing, police said. Each rim cost $500 and each tire cost $250, the owner told police. There was also about $2,000 in damages to the bottom of the car, police said.
The Miller Nissan dealership Sunday reported that four tires and rims had been taken from an orange Mini Cooper on the lot overnight, police said. The car had been left on portable car jacks, police said.