A 33-year-old New York man is accused of burglarizing a Connecticut home.
Police responded to a report of a burglary in the Litchfield County town of Norfolk at about 2:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 8, according to Connecticut State Police.
At the scene, troopers found a hammer and crowbar used to pry open a kitchen window, and the homeowner said he had security footage of the suspect entering an unsecured entryway toward the area where the tools were found, police said.
Police said the suspect fled the scene before troopers arrived.
Authorities later were able to identify the suspect as Columbia County resident Dylan Fellows, of Hillsdale, police said.
Troopers found Fellows walking north along Route 272 in Norfolk, according to the report.
State Police said he was arrested and charged with:
- Home invasion
- First-degree burglary
- Second-degree criminal mischief
He is set to appear in court on Thursday, June 9, police said.
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