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Bronx men allegedly stole Wilton resident's identity, package from doorstep

It appears thieves in Wilton grabbed the wrong package from a resident, whose identity they are also accused of stealing.  Wilton Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle on Wolfpit Road Friday afternoon. 

 

Outside the vehicle, was an opened package addressed to a resident who lived half a mile away.  The package contained a legitimate purchase by the victim, valued at $434, and had been reported stolen earlier in the day.  Wilton Police determined that the victim's identity was stolen and used by the three suspects to order a more than $3,000 article of clothing.  It was delivered 2 hours later. 

 

Police say the Bronx residents stole the wrong package. 

 

20-year olds Mamadu Barry and Mohamed Fofana, along with a juvenile, were all charged with larceny, conspiracy to commit larceny, identity theft, conspiracy to commit identity theft, criminal trespass, conspiracy to commit criminal trespass, and interfering with an officer. 

 

The 20-year olds were released on bond for court appearances on the 23rd.



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