In January, more than $25,000 worth of jewelry disappeared from a Glastonbury home during a real estate open house.
Glastonbury police have arrested a 43-year-old Hartford woman suspected of the crime and believe she and another woman were targeting high-end houses that were listed for sale across the state.
Police began investigating when they learned that $26,249.92 in jewelry was stolen during an open house on Jan. 20.
After investigating, police arrested Sharon Lynn Nigosanti, 43, of Hartford, and said she and another woman are suspected of attending several open houses at high-end properties across the state and stealing jewelry.
Nigosanti was charged with first-degree larceny.
She is being held in lieu of bond. She is due in court on May 6.
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