NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- A 17-year-old was arrested Wednesday by New Canaan Police in connection with the theft of a FedEx package from a porch on Dec. 8, police said.
The Norwalk teen, who police didn't identify due to his age, has been charged with fourth-degree larceny, fourth-degree conspiracy to commit larceny and third-degree trespass.
Police released no further information on other possible suspects, even though the teen was charged with conspiracy in the theft.
The value of the stolen items was $1,150, which included an iPad and a pair of boots.
Police said evidence gathered at the scene and statements from witnesses led them to the teen.
New Canaan Police are reminding residents to use surveillance cameras and report any suspicious activity or suspicious vehicles in their neighborhood.
Last week, New Canaan Police reported that packages were stolen from homes after they were delivered by FedEx.
A white vehicle was following the FedEx delivery vehicles Thursday, and then several thefts were reported, police said.
If anyone has information related to these incidents, they are asked to contact New Canaan Police at 203-594-3500.
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