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Prank or Crime? Police Ask Residents To Call

Several witnesses saw a Stamford man's car being stripped of its tires and rims Wednesday at the Greenwich Town Hall parking garage in broad daylight, but no one alerted the police.

Lt. Kraig Gray, spokesman for the Greenwich Police Department, said although the witnesses said they believed it was a prank not a crime, “At some point someone should have said, this isn’t right.”

The man had parked his 2009 Nissan Maxima in the garage, which is used by visitors and Town Hall employees, according to Greenwich Time. The car was found propped up on wood blocks and missing its rims Wednesday afternoon. The garage has no security cameras. Police were investigating the theft.

“Police can’t be everywhere at once. We need the good citizens of Greenwich to help us catch the bad guys,” said Gray. “I think any of the people who saw this happen, will do better in the future and call us immediately instead of assuming it was just a prank,”

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