FAIRFIELD, Conn. - Two display phones valued at more than $1,000 each were taken Tuesday afternoon while an employee was distracted, Fairfield police said.
According to the police, the store employees said two Hispanic men and a woman came into the store mid-afternoon. One man distracted an employee by asking questions about the service and switching cell providers, employees told police.
While the employee was distracted, security cameras found that the second man and the woman went to the display case, pried the security devices off two phones and left the store.
Two Samsung Galaxy phones, a white one valued at $640 and one in gray valued at $595, were taken, police said.
Police are looking for information regarding the thefts.
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