Police are investigating a case of trespassing at a Harrison Avenue residence on July 7, police said.
A 58-year-old man reported to police at 8:20 p.m. that he witnessed a vehicle pull into his neighbor's driveway at which point two individuals proceeded to exit the vehicle and approach the home’s detached garage, said Ogrinc.
When the neighbor called to tell the homeowner, who was away at the time, what had happened, the homeowner asked the neighbor if he could check the garage, said Ogrinc.
The neighbor reported that the vehicle, a grey Mercedes-Benz, was gone when he checked the garage, no one was there, nothing was missing, and there were several empty beer cans police said.
The neighbor also said that the vehicle returned, but left the area when the driver saw the neighbor in the driveway, police said.
Police are investigating the theft of a black mailbox from a Proprietors Crossing home on July 5, police said.
At 2:28 a.m., a 22-year-old male notified police that he witnessed a dark colored Honda full of what appeared to be teens driving up his street in reverse, said Ogrinc.
The complainant then said he noticed his mailbox, worth approximately $400, had been unscrewed from its post, which was damaged in the process, police said.
Police are investigating a case of vandalism on Gerdes Road on July 4 involving damage to two vehicles, police said.
A 22-year-old New Canaan woman and her friend, 26, from Norwalk discovered the damage done to their cars after returning home from the fireworks display at around 10:15 p.m, said Sgt. Carol Ogrinc.
The Norwalk woman’s vehicle, a 2011 Acura MDX, was found with a shattered window and the New Canaan woman’s vehicle, a 2012 Nissan Rogue, was found with damage to the fender, said Ogrinc.
According to police, nothing was missing from either vehicle.