Arrest made in Buckland Hills shoplifting incident

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SOUTH WINDSOR, Conn. (WTNH) — South Windsor Police officers responded to a shoplifting complaint on Sunday, March 31st at 2:30 p.m. at a Buckland Hills Drive retail store location in South Windsor.

After meeting with a security officer who detained the suspect, police arrested 59-year-old Ronald Tilley of Hampden, Maine. Tilley attempted to exit the store with $60.00 of stolen clothing and was charged with Larceny in the Sixth degree and is a fugitive from Justice after learning that the suspect was also wanted for a robbery charge in Bangor, Maine.

Ronald Tilley was held on a $100,000.00 surety bond and is scheduled to be arrained at Manchester Superior Court on Monday, April 1st.

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