Ridgefield police: Four car windows smashed, nothing stolen

The rear window of a car is smashed.

The rear window of a car is smashed.

Paul Chinn / The Chronicle

Ridgefield police are investigating four incidents of broken car windows that happened in the early morning hours of Monday, July 8.

Ridgefield police Capt. Shawn Platt said that the cases appear to be criminal mischief, and that nothing was taken from any of the four vehicles.

The incidents took on Armand Place, Walnut Hill Road, Barrack Hill Road, and Pin Pack Road.

Platt said that the Armand Place car had two broken windows, and that the Walnut Hill Road incident involved four windows being smashed in.

“An eye witness described the individuals as two white males who fled in a Grey Jeep Wrangler. These incidents are currently under investigation,” he said.

According to Platt, the eyewitness said one of the suspects had dark hair and the other had curly blond hair.

“They fled in a Jeep Wrangler with two other occupants,” Platt said. “The video from one victim was poor quality.”

He encouraged resident to contact the Ridgefield Police Department on the anonymous tip line at 203-431-2345.