Cash drawer, cigarettes stolen during convenience store break-in

Suspect drove off northbound toward Massachusetts

SUFFIELD, Conn. (WWLP) – A man who broke into a Suffield, Connecticut convenience store late Tuesday night may have driven off into Massachusetts.

Suffield Police Detective Justin Fuller told 22News that surveillance footage showed the suspect used a hammer to smash the glass front door of the Sam’s Food Store on Babbs Road just before 11:55 P.M. The man stole the cash register drawer and cigarettes, before getting into his car and driving north down Babbs Road.

After about a mile traveling north, Babbs Road turns into Point Grove Road in Southwick.

The suspect is described as a white man, about 5’9” tall. He was wearing jeans, a gray sweatshirt, and a black beanie-type hat. Suffield police are still processing the surveillance video, but expect to release it when they are finished.

If you have any information on the burglary, or if you saw a car parked at the entrance to the shopping plaza late Tuesday night, call Detective Fuller at (860) 668-3870.

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