A man claiming to work for the water company showed up at the woman’s front door saying he was there to check a leaky pipe, a service that would cost $50, police said.
Tyub Mohammed, 21, waited in a West Side parking garage, saw the woman park her car and then followed her into the elevator just after midnight on April 24, police said.
A string of violent attacks in Stamford has left some people afraid to go out at night, and police say these attacks have been carried out by children.
The incident happened near the Westhill High School gym around 7:30 Monday morning.
Officials urge iPhone owners to be aware of their surroundings and keep their devices tucked out of sight.
Police say if they’re going to crack this, they’re going to need information, even if it’s offered anonymously.
Anthony Fiordelisi had been caring for his ailing, bedridden mother Marion for twenty years in their Stamford townhouse, with no hope that the 83-year-old woman would ever get better.