Purse stolen from Panera employee
A purse belonging to a 21-year-old Panera employee was stolen from the kitchen of the restaurant Sept. 28, according to police.
The Stamford woman told police that she left her brown purse, valued at $100, in an unlocked locked when she arrived for her 10 a.m. shift that day, according to the report.
When she was leaving at 5 p.m., she realized the purse was gone, police said.
The bag contained her keys, identification and Chase debit card, police said. There had been no fraudulent activity on the card at the time of the report, according to police.
Police are investigating.