NORTH HAVEN — A worker for a contractor that cleans North Haven Middle School has been arrested for allegedly stealing personal items from the locker room of the girls softball team, police said Wednesday.
In April, team members reported missing property, including an iPhone, iPod and athletic clothing.
The school resource officer coordinated a surveillance with a female officer, police said.
Victor Casco-Rojano, 21, of 307 Olivia St. in Derby, an employee of the contracted independent cleaning crew, was seen in the locker room, police said.
He was charged recently with four counts of sixth-degree larceny and will appear in court on June 30. He was sent home by the cleaning contractor after being interviewed by police and his status with the company is uncertain, police said.
All of the missing property has been recovered.
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