Norwood Police Arrest Suspect of Six Break-ins in Norwood and Stoughton
Police arrested a Norwood man after a break-in on Dean St. in Norwood.
Norwood Police arrested 26-year-old Sean Conlon of Norwood yesterday afternoon for breaking and entering after the investigation of a break-in on Dean St. that led to the discovery of Conlon's cell phone inside the residence.
Upon interview by detectives it was discovered that Conlon had committed six recent break-ins in Norwood and Stoughton, according to a release issued by Norwood police Wednesday.
At 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, Norwood police were dispatched to the Dean St. incident, where a resident stated they had returned home to find someone had damaged a door and entered the home. Police officers and detectives from the Norwood Bureau of Criminal Investigation secured the area and swept the house. Inside they found a cell phone that did not belong to the victims.
The phone was traced to Conlon, who detectives in Norwood and Stoughton had previously suspected in several break-ins, and he was arrested at home.
"This investigation continues as detectives try to recover, identify and return evidence belonging to victims of these breaks," Norwood police spokesman Kevin Grasso said in the statement.
Conlon was transferred to Dedham Distrtict Court for arraignment.
Originally Published in Norwood Patch.