State Police Headquarters Modified Services/Hours
  • Announcement for New Pistol Permit Applicants Only - 5/26/2021
  • Effective June 15, 2020, DESPP-HQ Fingerprint Identification Unit will re-open for in person fingerprinting requestsby appointment only. - 6/5/2020
  • Effective June 15, 2020, DESPP-HQ Reports and Records will re-open for in person requestsby appointment only. For information or to schedule your appointment please click HERE - 6/5/2020
  • At this time, pistol permit renewals will continue to be done by mail only.
  • Fingerprinting Limitations and License Expiration/Renewal extensions; view documentHERE- 4/30/2020
  • Suspension of requirements for unarmed security guards from other states; view documentHERE- 4/30/2020
  • Still regular business hours for Sex Offender Registry and Deadly Weapons Offender Registry- 4/30/2020
  • No service for guard cards (see Governor Lamont’s Executive Order changes to licensing requirements HERE )- 4/30/2020
  • Individuals will be asked to wait outside until called into the building- 4/30/2020

Connecticut State Police Patch STATE OF CONNECTICUT
Department of Public Safety
1111 Country Club Road
Middletown, Connecticut 06457
April 13, 2010

State Troopers Seek Public’s Assistance in T.V. Theft Investigation

On April 6, 2010 State Troopers from Troop E in Montville responded to a complaint of larceny of T.V. from the Wal-Mart Store located at 180 River Rd. in Lisbon, Ct.

Upon arrival the Troopers determined that the incident occurred inside the Wal-Mart store on April 5, 2010 at approximately 6:00 pm.  Taken from the Wal-Mart store were two 32” Samsung Brand LCD HDTV’s, one 32” LG Brand LCD HDTV, and one 32” Philips Brand LCD HDTV. 

The criminal investigation was initiated and Troopers did locate surveillance video footage and other investigative information in this case.  Witnesses were able to provide specific details regarding this larceny 

Troopers were able to obtain photos from security surveillance footage of possible suspects as they entered the store, and also obtained video footage of the suspect vehicle used. 

The first suspect is described as a white male approximately thirties, 6'00” tall, 275 lbs, with a dark colored beard and hair, wearing a baseball hat, blue jeans, and a white tee shirt with a tan colored open button up style shirt over the tee shirt.

The second suspect is described as a white male in his thirties, about 6'00” tall, 165 lbs with dark hair wearing a baseball hat, blue jeans, and a tan colored sweatshirt.  Both suspects were seen exiting the store with the TV’s and entering a gray minivan type vehicle operated by a white female with shoulder length, blond, curly hair. The vehicle did not display any registration plates.

The State Police investigation into this theft is continuing. Troopers have developed some details and leads in this case.  Troopers are asking anyone who may have seen the suspects or vehicle in the area of Wal-Mart or anyone who may recognize the suspects, the vehicle, or who has information regarding this investigation is asked to contact the Connecticut State Police Troop E in Montville at (860)848-2500 or Text a Tip.  All information will be kept on strictest confidence.

                                              Walmart suspects       

Walmart suspect vehicle
Connecticut State Police
Public Information OfficeYour Help Needed
The Connecticut State Police frequently relies on the general public for help in solving criminal cases.  If you have witnessed a crime or if you have information that might help detectives solve a case, we would like to hear from you. 

If you can help the CT State Police solve a crime, please call our 24 hour line

(860) 685-8190, or our toll free line at 800-842-0200 (in-state only).
Or if you choose you can Text a Tip-

by using your cell phone you can (anonymously) text a message with a tip or information to the CT State Police.

Text "TIP711 plus your message" to CRIMES (274637)

This is strictly a system set up for the public to send tips via text messaging to
the police text messaging to the police anonymously.




Lt. J. Paul Vance