Man beaten, car stolen at Stamford’s Alvord Lane shopping plaza


Michael Cummo / Hearst Connecticut Media

STAMFORD – A person was dragged out of his Volkswagen Jetta in the parking lot of a grocery keep Monday afternoon and crushed by a group of men and women who then drove off in the car, police claimed.

The gentleman refused treatment method at the scene.

Capt. Richard Conklin reported officers responded to a West Facet browsing plaza on Alvord Lane close to 3:40 p.m. Monday on experiences of a carjacking.

A person in his 30s informed police he experienced concluded shopping and was coming into his Jetta when three or 4 youthful gentlemen pulled him out and commenced to beat him. They drove away with his motor vehicle — which also experienced his cellphone inside it, Conklin claimed.

The person, who said he did not know any of the man, described minimal injuries but refused therapy at the scene.


Conklin reported no weapons were displayed.

Any person with facts regarding the carjacking is questioned to get hold of the Bureau of Felony Investigations at 203-977-4417 and talk to to communicate to officers Bryan Cooper and Phil Neri.