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Darien Police have released a surveillance video to seeking help to find a suspect in recent break-ins at Frate's Liquors. The break-ins have happened three times in three months. 

On Feb. 21, an overnight burglar smashed the front window of Frate’s Liquors and stole cash drawers out of the store’s registers.  Luckily this time the drawers had been emptied prior to the store’s closing and didn't contain any cash outside of loose coins. 

A piece of a brick was used to break the window and a $30 bottle of wine was shattered as the suspect entered. He was inside the store for less than one minute, immediately taking the cash drawers. Officers recovered the cash drawers near Cove Road and were able to return them. Police are still investigating the series of burglaries.

A suspect matching the profile of the burglar in the prior two incidents was again captured on camera. The suspect is described as a white male, heavy build, large nose, rough facial features, in his late 30’s to mid 40’s. On two occasions, the suspect is seen operating a dark colored sedan. Surveillance video from the third incident shows a black or dark colored, four-door midsize sedan, with what appears to be dark alloy rims. It does not appear that the windows are tinted on the vehicle. 

If you have any information about the suspect in these incidents, you can contact the Darien Police Detective Division at 203-662-5330, or make an anonymous tip through their website at www.darienpolice.org/content/207/1299/default.aspx