Tommy Hilfiger’s SUV stolen; cops in tony town warn drivers
GREENWICH, Conn. (AP) — Police in a wealthy Connecticut town are urging residents not to leave their keys inside their vehicles after a rash of Range Rover thefts.
Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger is among the Greenwich residents who have had their Range Rovers stolen in recent months. Hilfiger was targeted in late June.
Police Lt. Kraig Gray says the theft from Hilfiger’s mansion fit the pattern of several other cases in which keys were left inside unlocked, unattended vehicles.
Gray says Range Rovers and other vehicles have been stolen from driveways and also from public parking spots in the town center.
The New York City suburb is one of the region’s most affluent towns.