A pair of Greenwich men have been arrested on charges they broke into a hoe and stole more than $10,000 in coins, according to Greenwich Police.
The first suspect, identified as Robert K. Citron, 48, of 24 Hollow Wood Ln., was arrested on Nov. 2 after police responded to a report of a domestic dispute at his home, according to a police report. The second suspect, identfied as Stephen M. Bridge, 23, of 1 Decatur St., Cos Cob., was arrested Nov. 6 when he surrendered to police who obtained arrest warrants for both men.
According to police, the men are accused of burglarizing a Brook Drive home in July during which more than $10,000 in coins were stolen. The theft was reported when the family returned home from vacation on July 30.
Police said they found Citron in possession of the coins when he was arrested.
Both men were charged with second degree-burglary and conspiracy to commit second-degree burglary.
Citron was held in lieu of $10,000 bond and scheduled to appear in state Superior Court in State Superior Court in Stamford on Nov. 9 while Bridge was released on a promise to appear Nov. 20.