DARIEN, Conn. An office building was broken into on the Post Road in Darien, police said. Police said that somebody pried open the main doors of the building and ransacked two offices.
The burglary was reported in the early hours of April 20. Police said that items were strewn about the offices of the Immediate Medical Care Center, and the burglars had forced open a locked cabinet containing prescription medication. It is unknown if anything was taken from the cabinet. A cash box containing $13 was also stolen, police said.
The second office broken into in the building is that of Lindsey and Company, police said. Various desks had been rummaged through, but it is unknown if anything was taken.
The following items also were reported by Darien police:
Packages stolen: Two UPS packages were taken off the porch of a home on Dubois Street. The packages each contained a necklace valued at $248. When it seemed that the packages had not arrived, the residents of the home checked the UPS tracker and determined that they had actually been delivered on April 12.
Storage unit theft: Ten items of sports memorabilia and a flat screen TV were taken from two storage units next to an office building on Parklands Drive. The theft occurred at some point between April 16 and April 19, when somebody removed the padlocks from the units and took the items.
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