Police: 3 arrested for stealing over $2,000 worth of vacuums at Fairfield Target

Authorities say all three individuals were observed on security video allegedly placing several Dyson vacuums cleaners in a shopping cart.

Lanette Espy

Feb 27, 2024, 12:38 PM

Updated 49 days ago

Share:

A trio was arrested Friday in Fairfield after being accused of stealing more than $2,000 worth of Dyson vacuum cleaners.
Police say 43-year-old Hamza Attawwab, of Queens, New York; 45-year-old Tory Kindred, of Bangor, Maine; and 43-year-old Tiffany Kindred, of Brooklyn, New York, were arrested for shoplifting.
The incident happened around 12:30 p.m. Police say when they arrived at the store, two of the three individuals exited the store without any merchandise. They say Attawwab and Tiffany Kindred were both detained for further investigation. Security stated they saw Tory Kindred run from the store, police say. They say he was found a short time later in a wooded area near Little Falls Road where he was detained.
Authorities say all three individuals were observed on security video allegedly placing several Dyson vacuums in a shopping cart. They bypassed all points of sale when they were stopped by security and then they left the store without the merchandise, according to police. They say the total amount shoplifted was $2,099.95.
All three suspects were arrested, charged with shoplifting and conspiracy and are awaiting court appearances.
Authorities say Tiffany Kindred and Attawwab also shoplifted from the store on Feb. 21. Both of them allegedly entered the store on that date, removed security tags from Dyson vacuums, and left the store with the stolen merchandise. The total amount shoplifted in that incident was $1,679.97, according to police.


More from News 12