FAIRFIELD, Conn. Break-ins were reported of six cars parked in the Fairfield Woods area early Thursday morning. Local residents found the victims' personal documents scattered near the sites of the thefts after credit cards and purses were stolen from cars outside five homes.
At least five of the six cars were left unlocked in their owners driveways Wednesday night, police said. Residents on Palamar Drive, High Ridge Road and Melville Drive reported the break-ins early Thursday morning. Neighbors of those residences also reported finding purses and cards on their lawns and in mailboxes near the sites of the crimes, police said.
Fairfield police said one of the stolen credit cards was used at the McDonalds on Black Rock Turnpike and a Redbox machine shortly after midnight Thursday. Police still are investigating the incidents. Anyone with information should contact Fairfield police at 203-254-4800.
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