WILTON, Conn. An arrest was made Wednesday in connection with three Wilton residential burglaries that netted more than $70,000 in jewelry and personal property in August 2010.
Mark Missino, 44, of Waterford, was arrested on a warrant while he was appearing in Norwalk Superior Court to answer separate charges, according to a release from the Wilton Police Department.
The three burglaries took place on Pond Road, Sturges Ridge Road and Henry Austin Drive.
A November 2010 investigation implicated Missino in two similar burglaries in other parts of Connecticut. As part of that investigation, East Lyme and State Police searched a storage unit in East Lyme for stolen property. The victims of the Wilton burglaries identified several of the recovered items as theirs.
Wilton Police charged Missino with three counts of burglary and three separate larceny charges. He faces similar charges from other Connecticut departments.
The Wilton Police Department currently holds an arrest warrant for a second person involved in the burglaries. The person is currently incarcerated. The warrant is expected to be executed when the suspect is transported to Norwalk Superior Court later this month.
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