Assault and Theft in New Haven County Sparks Community Call for Information

NAUGATUCK, Conn. – A violent attack took place in New Haven County on Conrad Street (Oak Terrace) in Naugatuck around 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 6. According to Naugatuck Police, the suspect, or suspects, entered a home and assaulted an elderly member of the community. The victim suffered physical injuries and was also robbed of personal property.

The Naugatuck Police are seeking assistance from the community and have announced a $1,500 reward for any information that could aid the investigation. They urged anyone with even seemingly insignificant information to come forward and help ensure the safety of the community. Those with information were asked to contact Water-Oak Crime Stoppers at 860-945-9940 or the Naugatuck Police Confidential Tip Line at 203-720-1010.

This incident serves as a stark reminder of the vulnerability of elderly members of the community, and the importance of coming together to ensure their safety. The brutality of the attack highlights the need for vigilant community involvement in preventing and addressing such crimes.

In the wake of this alarming incident, the authorities are urging anyone with information to step forward and assist in the investigation. The safety and well-being of the community depend on the active participation and support of its members.

The attack on the elderly individual in Naugatuck underscores the need for community involvement in ensuring the safety and security of all its residents. The Naugatuck Police have announced a reward for any information that could lead to the apprehension of the suspect or suspects. Anyone with relevant information is urged to come forward and assist in the investigation to ensure the safety of the community.