Greenwich Jewelry Store Robbery Update

On March 18, a robbery of a jewelry store in Greenwich was committed by a lone suspect. The Greenwich Police Department conducted a thorough investigation, which included an extensive crime scene search, a canvass for witnesses and a review of area security camera evidence. After sending out flyers on the crime, including surveillance video footage, and working in concert with law enforcement partners in New York, including Yonkers PD and New Rochelle PD, Greenwich Police Detectives were able to identify a possible suspect in the robbery and an associated auto theft. It was determined that this suspect was in violation of his parole and with the assistance of the FBI and NY Parole authorities, the suspect was taken into custody in NY after a tactical raid involving a FBI SWAT team and Greenwich Police. Pending the completion of a Connecticut arrest warrant, Greenwich Police is withholding identification of the suspect who remains in custody in NY on a parole violation. read more...

GPD Detectives Visit Greenwich High School

A classroom inside Greenwich High School turned into a working Crime Scene Investigations Unit earlier this week, as students were treated to a visit from two Greenwich detectives.

Det. First Grade Bill Weissauer and Det. Sgt. Pierangelo Corticelli, both a part of the GPD’s Forensics Section, first gave a powerpoint presentation to forensics students. They also visited the school’s Murder Mystery Club.