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October 30, 2013 Feature, Local News No Comments
Coventry CT Police on Oct. 30 released this image of a man attempting to break into the Bidwell Tavern. East Lyme and Groton police also have video images of a man matching this description who they say committed burglaries in their towns.

Coventry CT Police on Oct. 30 released this image of a man attempting to break into the Bidwell Tavern. East Lyme and Groton police also have video images of a man matching this description who they say committed burglaries in their towns.

The Coventry Police Department is investigating an attempted burglary at the landmark Bidwell Tavern at 1260 Main St.

Police say a would-be burglar attempted to rob the tavern just before 2 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 25. The man was not successful in gaining entry, but his image was captured by a security camera, police say.

Also, police in East Lyme and Groton are investigating similar break-ins in their towns.

East Lyme Police are investigating a break-in at the Lyme Tavern at about 2 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 22.

Police say many of the suspect’s actions were similar to those recorded at the Bidwell.

East Lyme police also captured video images of the break-in and believe they are the same man shown in the Coventry video.

Coventry Police ask that anyone with information that might help find this suspect call Sgt. Anthony Ochtera at the Coventry Police Dept. at 860-742-7331. All calls will be kept confidential.

Posted October 30, 2013

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