After a five-month-long investigation, police have arrested several suspects in connection to a series of armed robberies in Clinton, East Haven, Hamden, New Britain, New Haven, Orange, Trumbull and Wallingford, police said.
Seven Radio Shack stores, one AT&T store and one Verizon store were targeted, according to police. Officers from eight Connecticut towns conducted the investigation along with FBI and Dept. of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) agents.
Police said they will reveal the details of the investigation at a Monday afternoon press conference. The conference is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. and will be held outside the Radio Shack store at 90 Boston Post Road in Orange. The store was robbed on May 11.
Investigators are not releasing any additional information until the press conference on Monday.
Orange Police Chief Robert J. Gagne, New Haven Asst. Police Chief Luiz Casanova, ATF Resident Agent in Charge Timothy Carroll, FBI Special Agent Jamie Lawton, Wallingford Police Lieutenant Marc Mikulski, Clinton Police Sergeant Joe Flynn, New Haven Police Sargeant Robert Lawlor Jr. and Trumbull Police Detective Rocco Testi will all be in attendance.
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