“Elderly Community Member Violently Assaulted in Home Invasion” – Naugatuck Police Seek Assistance

Police in Naugatuck, Connecticut are seeking information from the public after a violent attack on an elderly resident occurred on Tuesday, June 6. The incident took place around 6 p.m. in New Haven County on Conrad Street (Oak Terrace). According to authorities, the suspect, or suspects, entered the victim’s home and carried out a brutal assault, resulting in physical injuries. The assailant(s) also stole personal property from the victim.

Naugatuck Police have announced a $1,500 reward for any information that could aid in the investigation. They are urging the community to come forward with any details, no matter how insignificant it may seem, in order to ensure the safety of the neighborhood. The department has asked anyone with information to contact Water-Oak Crime Stoppers at 860-945-9940 or the Naugatuck Police Confidential Tip Line at 203-720-1010.

The attack has sparked concern and fear among residents, prompting a call for assistance from the public. Police are emphasizing the importance of community involvement in solving this crime and bringing the perpetrator(s) to justice. The victim, an elderly member of the community, is said to have suffered both physical and emotional trauma as a result of the incident.

In response to the violent assault, Naugatuck Police and local authorities are working diligently to gather information and identify the individual(s) responsible. The community is being encouraged to support the investigative efforts by providing any relevant details that may assist in solving the case. The safety and well-being of all residents in the area are of utmost importance, and the police department is determined to bring closure to this disturbing incident.