2020欧洲杯赛事ENFIELD, CT — A Bridgeport resident with a lengthy record of burglary convictions in southern Connecticut was arrested early Wednesday morning in connection with a break-in at a local convenience store.

At 12:39 a.m., police were dispatched to a burglar alarm activation at the One Stop convenience store at 126 South Rd. Upon arrival, officers discovered the front door lock had been broken, and two cash register drawers were missing from the store, police said.

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About 10 minutes earlier, members of the police department observed a suspicious vehicle, a Ford Escape, pull out of the parking lot of a small medical office building at 1379 Enfield Street. Officers made brief contact with the operator/owner of the SUV before it left the area. Upon checking the back parking lot of the building, two cash register drawers and a screwdriver were found on the ground, police said.

With the assistance of the West Hartford Police Department, the vehicle and its owner, Daniel Oler, 48, were located. Enfield officers responded to West Hartford and charged Oler with third-degree burglary, possession of burglar tools, fifth-degree larceny and second-degree criminal mischief. He was held on a $20,000 bond and arraigned Wednesday in Hartford Superior Court, police said.

2020欧洲杯赛事Enfield police said Oler is currently a suspect in several commercial burglaries across the state.

According to , Oler is currently on parole, having been convicted five times since 2011 on burglary, larceny and violation of probation charges stemming from incidents in West Haven, Woodbridge, Norwich and Stratford. He has been sentenced to prison terms of four years, two years, nine months and five years (suspended after three).

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