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Meriden police seek assistance identifying Edge Fitness theft suspect


MERIDEN — Police say a woman broke into a locker at the Edge Fitness center last week and stole belongings, including credit cards that were then used at stores in Wallingford and Hamden.

On April 28, a woman reported to police that she put her belongings in a secure locker and worked out at the 553 S. Broad St. gym, said Sgt. Darrin McMay. When she returned to the locker room, the lock had been cut off and items taken, including credit cards.

Police obtained surveillance photos from the Walgreens on Dixwell Avenue in Hamden, where a woman used the stolen credit cards to buy gift cards, McKay said. The cards were used at several other locations, McKay said. Anyone who can identify the woman is asked to call Detective Joe Robison at (203) 630-6267.



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