STAMFORD — Three businesses have been broken into over the weekend in Glenbrook and thieves wielding a big crowbar made off with an ATM from one of many institutions.
Police stated Burns Tavern on Hamilton Avenue was still open when three thieves broke into neighboring Tonny and Skinny Barbers, La Placita Market and Mama Rosa’s Latin & American Grill.
Miguel Dominguez, forty three, stated the masked burglars broke into the backdoor at La Placita Market at about 12:forty a.m. Sunday, based mostly on video surveillance. They appeared around for spare cash before one produced a crow bar and commenced uprooting the ATM right next to the front door, which was then dragged out the again door like it was a physique. Dominguez, whose mother and father own the shop, stated all the trio took apart from the ATM was a single sleeve of Corridor’s cough drops.
Dominguez stated his mother and father have three different bodegas and been doing business in Stamford for eleven years and not using a break-in.
“What I can say is that I really like Stamford and other people on this neighborhood are nothing however nice,” he stated, including that these burglars are in all probability from out of town.
Dominguez stated his family ought to have taken better precautions to burglar-proof the store they have owned for four years. “It’s part of doing enterprise,” he stated.
Next door at Tonny and Skinny Barbers, Anneudy “Skinny” De Los Santos stated he was disillusioned that the burglars took an undisclosed amount of cash that he and his companion have been preserving for lease, which is now due.
“This similar thing occurred to a good friend of mine on the West Aspect just last weekend, so I don’t assume it’s the area (neighborhood) that’s at fault,” De Los Santos stated. “It occurred. I can’t do something about it.”