Updated: Wednesday, Aug. 21, 8:30 a.m.
A 19-year-old man, allegedly the driver of the vehicle that dragged a gas station clerk, has "admitted [his] involvement" in the incident.
"[He] is cooperating with police in the
investigation. No arrests have been made at this point," said Police Lt. Robert Kozlowsky.
A group of people in a truck took part in the theft of David Hasselhoff signs from Cumberland Farms on River Road Tuesday. The 36-year-old clerk, who tried to stop them and was dragged, remains in critical condition, police said Wednesday.
Detectives are continuing their investigation.
A Cumberland Farms employee is in critical condition after he was dragged by a truck driven by thieves who stole David Hasselhoff signs early Tuesday.
Police received a 911 call reporting a man with a head injury at Cumberland Farms, 819 River Road at 1:15 a.m. said Lt. Robert Kozlowsky.
The man, 36, was transported to Bridgeport Hospital.
"The victim approached the vehicle in an attempt to get the signs back. The vehicle then sped away and the victim was dragged and then he spun around and flipped backwards landing on his head. The vehicle headed on River Rd towards Stratford," Kozlowsky said.
Police said detectives
are reviewing surveillance video and speaking with witnesses.
They are looking for a black SUV with a white male driver, a white female in the front passenger seat, and a white male in the back seat. Police are asking anyone with any information to contact the detective bureau at (203) 924-1544.