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Report Of Burglary, Vandalism At Mercy Center

Madison police seeking assistance from public in identifying individuals in these photos.

 

This information is from the Madison Police Department

The Madison Police Department is investigating a report of a burglary and vandalism which occurred at the Mercy Center located at 167 Neck Road in Madison in the early morning hours of October 31, 2012.  An unknown individual or individuals entered a building on the property and caused damage inside the building.  This incident is similar in nature to a previously reported incident on the property from February 5, 2012.

 

The Madison Police are seeking assistance from the public in identifying the individuals in the attached photographs, who may have information about these incidents.  Anyone with information is asked to call Officer Philip Rosati of the Madison Police at (203) 245-2721 or by email at Rosatip@madisonct.org

 

Authorized by Commander John J. Rich

Lou Lange November 02, 2012 at 11:51 PM
What would possess these people to do something like this? Turn yourselves in.
Matt November 03, 2012 at 12:21 AM
Think back to Katrina in NoLa. In fact, all you need to do is recall Irene in Madison. Opportunistic thugs will loot anything anywhere anytime. Usually so they can pawn it for drug money. At least these idiots were kind enough to look up at the cameras...
Susan Hall, DVM November 03, 2012 at 01:57 AM
This saddens me deeply, especially since it happened while so many individuals are suffering in the Northeast post Sandy. The Sisters of Mercy are kind and generous women who reach out in so many ways. They are most generous to Our Lady of Mercy School where my daughters attend school. I will keep them in my prayers. Sue Hall, DVM
Laura G. November 03, 2012 at 02:10 AM
Hard to understand motives, particularly at such a difficult time. Shame on you.
Mark Jones November 03, 2012 at 09:58 AM
This is just such a terrible crime, and at a religious building too. The police can't be everywhere but they will likely solve this crime quickly due to the suspect photos. However that being said, after seeing that video of them tree trimming it makes you think that maybe they should concentrate on paying more attention to their own job description and function of keeping a better eye on properties in danger of being vandalized or looted. Leave the tree trimming to the tree experts, electrical repair to the linemen and for the police...... law enforcement.
Cathy Marsh November 03, 2012 at 03:32 PM
Did they have power or a generator so that the cameras were operational Pem? I worry that by "Patching" where there is and is not power-- sectors of our community might be vulnerable to crime? Some had issues in the last storm. Has this been an issue thus storm? Our neighborhood is keeping an eye on the truck traffic circling around.
CCL November 03, 2012 at 04:38 PM
Their parents must be so proud.
Mark Jones November 03, 2012 at 11:28 PM
Very sad to hear that in other towns and cities there were hold-ups and thefts during the storm when the criminals likely felt the police would be occupied elsewhere. Hope these guys in the Madison video aren't from town, where they could have been out helping others instead of causing more damage and stress. That's pretty bad but there are more good stories out there of people doing the right thing by helping others in need. Sometimes a disaster like this brings out the best in people too.

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