Bristol police investigate suspicious men

BRISTOL — Police in Bristol are looking into a report of suspicious men looking for unoccupied homes.
Bristol Police Chief Kevin Gibbs reports that at around 1:20 p.m. on Friday, April 29, a resident of Lower Meadow Lane reported a man came to her door wearing a Casella uniform shirt and told her that he worked for the electric company in the area and was preparing to do some tree cutting near power lines.
The man asked about neighbors, wanting to know if they were home. Another man also wearing a Casella uniform shirt was seen sitting in a burgundy-colored pickup in the driveway. The resident expressed concern the men were casing homes for criminal intent. Bristol police planned to follow up with Casella Waste Management.

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