WILTON, Conn. -- The manager of a Wilton store reported that a man shoplifted winter jackets from the store by stuffing them in his pants, police said.
The jackets, stolen on Oct. 1, are worth a total of $1,784, police said.
The jackets were stolen off a display rack in the Outdoor Sports Center, the manager told police. The manager saw the theft on a store video, police said.
The suspect was described as a black man, about 30 years old with short hair and average height and build, police said.
The suspect may have left in a gray SUV with New York license plates, police said.
The three stolen jackets are:
- A red Canada goose Kensington parka
- A black Canada goose Hybridge Lite jacket
- A black Canada goose camp hooded jacket
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