Man in critical condition after interrupting car burglary in Naugatuck, police say

NAUGATUCK — A person is in vital situation immediately after he confronted a suspect trying to crack into his car early Tuesday, in accordance to police.

Though interrupting the crack-in, a black motor vehicle strike the man and fled the scene. The Naugatuck Police Division said that preliminary evidence showed the gentleman was struck intentionally.

“Naugatuck Law enforcement remind the neighborhood the hazards these criminals can pose if citizens confront them,” the law enforcement division said in a information launch Tuesday.

Police were termed to Alma Avenue all over 4:40 a.m. Tuesday for the documented hit and operate. Police figured out that the individual who was strike, a 42-year-old person, experienced long gone outdoors his household to confront a suspect or suspects striving to burglarize his motor vehicle.

Police and paramedics responded to the scene and located the person in the road. First responders took the guy to Waterbury Hospital where by he is obtaining treatment method for lifetime-threatening injuries.

Police are investigating the incident. Anybody with footage of auto break-ins or with details on the identification of the suspect or suspects is requested to get in touch with the Naugatuck Law enforcement Division at 203-729-5221. Confidential suggestions can also be submitted by contacting 203-720-1010.