Barrington Police: Stolen Kia located in Connecticut

Suspect is a 15-year-old Connecticut resident

Posted 6/29/22

Police have recovered one of the vehicles stolen in town last week.

Barrington Police received a call over the weekend from the New Haven Police Department. Detectives there told Barrington Police …

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Barrington Police: Stolen Kia located in Connecticut

Suspect is a 15-year-old Connecticut resident

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Police have recovered one of the vehicles stolen in town last week.

Barrington Police received a call over the weekend from the New Haven Police Department. Detectives there told Barrington Police that they had apprehended an individual who was in possession of articles that had belonged to a Barrington resident; the suspect was connected to the vehicle thefts in Barrington last week.

Two Barrington residents woke up Monday morning, June 20, and discovered that their vehicles had been stolen. Barrington Police said a Governor Bradford Drive resident and a Chapin Road resident reported stolen vehicles — a Lexus sedan was stolen from the Governor Bradford Drive home, and a Kia Telluride was stolen from the Chapin Road home.

On June 22, police in New Haven located the Kia Telluride. Barrington Police Chief Michael Correia said the suspect was a 15-year-old Connecticut resident who has a lengthy criminal history. The suspect was also found to be in possession of two firearms during the arrest. 

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