Police are investigating the theft of $11,300 from a New Canaan couple's joint bank account, police said.
The complainants, ages 49 and 50, reported to police on July 24 that they discovered upon review that the money was being taken from their account as early as Novemeber of 2011, said Ogrinc.
They reported that all withdrawls were from an account related to T-Mobile services and that neither of the men have T-Mobile accounts, said Ogrinc.
Police are investigating a girl's missing phone, last seen at New Canaan Country School camp on July 24, police said.
The 13-year-old Bridgeport girl said she left the phone in her back pack unattended for around 15 minutes to participate in an acitivty and that it ws gone when she returned, said Sgt. Carol Ogrinc.
The missing phone is a new Samsung Galaxy S2 Epic 4G Touch, valued at approximately $150, said Ogrinc.
A White Birch Road resident reported to police on July 23 that her credit card had been used to attempt a $1,900 purchase online, police said.
The 45-year-old woman told police that a represntatie from CarID.com contacted her to verfiy her information for a GPS unit purchased with her credit card, said Sgt. Carol Ogrinc.
The woman said she did not make the purchase and does not know where the credit card is, police said.
The purchase did not go through and the incident has been classified as attempted fraud, police said.
Police are investigating a 19-year-old New Canaan woman’s report of a missing cell phone, police said.
The woman contacted police on July 29 to report her iPhone 4S, worth approximately $700 had been stolen at a party on July 27 at a Sturbridge Hill Road residence, said Sgt. Carol Ogrinc.
The woman reported that there were around ten people at the residence the night her phone went missing, said Ogrinc.