Fairfield police looking for man who berated customers
FAIRFIELD — Police are looking for a man who berated customers in a convenience store in April.
On April 24, around 5 p.m. the suspect police described as a white, 6-foot tall male with a husky build wearing blue jeans and a grey shirt, allegedly got into a loud alternation with another customer in the checkout line at the News Express on 200 Tunxis Hill Road.
“The male began yelling profanities and proceeded to berate the other involved party while several other customers were in the store,” police said in a release. “No physical violence was reported, however, there is cause to believe criminal violations occurred due to the nature of the male’s remarks.”
The convenience store security camera captured the man yelling at someone in the store and hitting the back of a customer’s head as he walked out.
The Fairfield Police Department is looking to identify the male caug and anyone who can identify the male is asked to contact Officer Salgado at 203-254-4808 or email@example.com.
Anyone with information may also submit anonymous tips by Texting “FPD” plus your tip information to CRIMES (274637) or by going to fpdct.com/tips.