NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — A UPS employee in Connecticut has been charged with committing two thefts while making his deliveries.
North Haven police say 26-year-old Quintell Suggs was arrested earlier this week, just days after he was hired as a temporary employee for the holiday season.
A woman told police she saw Suggs remove a package from her mailbox and open it while he was making another delivery. She says she confronted him after seeing him slip a video game under his shirt. Police recovered the game and returned it to the woman. Officers also found a speaker in Suggs’ truck that was reportedly stolen earlier in the day.
Suggs was charged with two counts of larceny. It’s unclear if he has a lawyer who can comment on the charges.
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