DARIEN — A 73-year-old Darien man had $80, car paperwork, CDs and a multitool stolen from three cars at his Post Road home.

Around noon on Feb. 20, the man went into one of his cars and found the glove box and center consoles had been rummaged through and the contents strewn around. The man checked his other cars and found all three had been entered. All three cars were left unlocked and were last seen undisturbed around 11 p.m. on Feb. 19.

Around $50 in loose change, an auto insurance identification card and five CDs valued around $100 were taken from the man’s 2006 Bentley Continental GT. A second insurance card, the vehicle registration and manual, along with a $50 cell phone charger and $10 in loose change were taken from the man’s 2012 Lexus. An additional insurance card, vehicle manual and registration were taken from the third car, a Chrysler Crossfire. A $50 Leatherman multitool and around $20 in loose change were also stolen.

Police searched the neighborhood, but found nothing unusual. This is the third time the man’s cars have been burglarized.

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