4/2/2021 BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a report of bicycle theft on Marshal St, where the victim shared that they last saw their bike in a private storage unit in the basement of their building. When they went to check on their bikes on April 2nd, they were gone. Detectives have photos of the missing bikes and are following up on the case.
4/2/2021 MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers responded to a malicious damage report on Beacon St. where the reporting party shared that a lamp from their garden had been uprooted, moved, and smashed near the property. The victim is requesting special attention to the area.
4/3/2021 LARCENY - Officers responded to a larceny report on Harvard St. where the reporting party shared that on March 21st, while working, a man came into the restaurant and stole money from the tip jar. The reporting party gave description of the man and shared that they had never seen the man and that he was not a previous customer.
4/4/2021 BREAK AND ENTER - Officers responded to a motor vehicle breaking and entering report from Beacon St. The reporting party shared that on April 2nd they parked their car and when returning to it, they saw that personal belongings had been missing from the vehicle. Detectives are currently searching for surveillance near the area of the crime.
4/4/2021 BREAK AND ENTER - Officers responded to a past motor vehicle break and enter on Thatcher St. The reporting party shared that they parked their vehicle on the 3rd and when they returned to their car, belongings were rearranged. Officers did not see any surveillance cameras near the area.
4/4/2021 BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a report for bicycle theft on Harvard St. The reporting party shared that they last saw their bike on March 9th, and when they returned to it today, the bike was missing. There are cameras in the garage where the bike was.
4/5/2021 MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT - Officers responded to Beacon St. for a report of a stolen motorcycle. The party shared that they parked their motorcycle and when they returned to it the next morning, it was gone. Detectives are currently following up on the case.
4/5/2021 SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - Officers responded to a report about a suspicious person. The reporting party shared that they work on Beacon St. and on March 29th when they left their office, a man was following them to their vehicle. They quickly got into their car and the man stood in front of the vehicle. At this time, a co-worker observed what happened and their presence caused the man to run back into the building. The following day, the party shared what transpired to their co-workers and they contacted the maintenance manager of the building to obtain some surveillance from the garage to share with police.
4/5/2021 FRAUD - Officers responded to a fraud report where the reporting party shared that they received a phone call from someone claiming to be a customer service representative with their bank. The caller shared that there was fraudulent activity in their account and in order to resolve it, they must share pertinent information with the caller. The party provided what was asked and thought the matter was resolved. When checking their bank account later, they saw that someone had accessed their account to transfer sums of money to an unknown party. The victim then contacted police.