Note to Readers:

The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at crimereports.com

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

November 8, 2021

Monday, November 1

FRAUD - Officers took a report of a scam. The reporting party stated they received a call from an individual claiming to be from Amazon and that there was a problem with their account. The individual requested payment through gift cards in exchange for fixing the issue. The matter is under investigation.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Clinton Rd for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party stated they secured it to a bike rack but returned to find the lock cut and bike missing. The matter is under investigation.

ATTEMPTED ROBBERY - Officers were called to the corner of Clarence St and Thorndike St for a report of an attempted robbery. The victims stated a male individual claimed to have a firearm and demanded they drop their money. The victims fled, unharmed. The matter is under investigation.


Tuesday, November 2

FRAUD - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of a fraudulent use by check. The reporting party stated that they discovered checks had been altered in amount and to unknown persons without their knowledge or consent. The matter is under investigation.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to St. Paul St for a report of package thefts. The reporting party stated they received notification of the packages' deliveries, but they were gone when they went to collect them. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers responded to Elm St for a report of a scam. The reporting party stated they were contacted by an individual claiming to be from Apple Support. The individual directed them to purchase gift cards and share the codes on the back. The matter is under investigation.

FOUND PROPERTY - An individual turned in a cellphone found at the intersection of Winthrop Rd and Gardner Rd. It will be kept at the station for safe keeping.

FOUND PROPERTY - Officers found an abandoned, unsecured bike on Beacon St and took it to the station for safe keeping.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Boylston St for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party stated they had left the bike inside the building, but when they returned, it was gone. The matter is under investigation.

FOUND PROPERTY - Officers found an abandoned bicycle on Beacon St and took it to the station for safe keeping.


Wednesday, November 3

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers were called to Browne St for a report of vandalism. The reporting party stated they found paint and tar had been poured on the floor of a building. The matter is under investigation.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Paine Ct for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party stated they left the bike on their lawn and returned to find it missing. The matter is under investigation.


Thursday, November 4

FRAUD - Officers were called to Dwight St for a report of ID fraud. The reporting party stated they received a notification about a loan application made without their knowledge or consent. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers responded to Beacon St for a report of ID fraud. The reporting party stated they received notification that credit cards were opened under their name without their knowledge or consent. The matter is under investigation.


Friday, November 5

FRAUD - Officers were called to Griggs Rd for a report of a fraudulent use of a check. The reporting party stated that, when checking their bank statements, they noticed some checks had been altered and cashed without their knowledge or consent. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers were called to Perry St for a report of a fraudulent use of a check. The reporting party stated that, when checking their bank statements, they noticed some checks had been altered and cashed without their knowledge or consent. The matter is under investigation.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Egmont St for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they parked the vehicle on the street and noticed property missing when they returned. The matter is under investigation.


Saturday, November 6

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to St Paul St for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they had left their vehicle unlocked in the garage and returned to find items from the console and glove box scattered around the car. The matter is under investigation.


Sunday, November 7

FRAUD - Officers were called to Wallis Rd for a report of fraud. The reporting party stated they received a pop-up notification for an electronic currency app and were contacted by an individual claiming to be help and support. The individual asked for banking information. The matter is under investigation. 

FOUND PROPERTY - An individual came into the station with a phone they found in Washington Square. It will be kept at the station for safe keeping.

November 1, 2021

 Monday, October 25

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report for malicious damage. The reporting party stated they returned to their vehicle to find a nail in the tire and the side having been keyed. The matter is under investigation.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to Ivy St for a report of a package theft. The reporting party stated they never received the package, although Fedex stated it had arrived. The matter is under investigation.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report for malicious damage on Monmouth St. The reporting party shared that they returned to their vehicle to find the rear door bent and scratched. The matter is under investigation.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to University Rd for a report of a package theft. The reporting party stated they witnessed a package being taken from their property. The matter is under investigation.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers apprehended an individual who took several packages from Fuller St and Commonwealth Av. They have been placed under arrest.


Tuesday, October 26

DOG BITE - Animal Control took a report of a dog bite near the intersection of Clark Rd and Dean Rd. The reporting party stated they were passing an individual and their dog when the dog jumped up and bit them on the arm. The matter is under investigation.


Wednesday, October 27

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Commonwealth Av for a report of a shoplifting. The reporting party stated they witnessed an individual rip a display product from the wall and leave the store. The matter is under investigation.


Thursday, October 28

FRAUD - Officers took a report of an online scam. The reporting party stated they were contacted through Facebook about purchasing stock. The matter is under investigation.

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY - Officers were called to Thornton Rd for a report of a suspicious person. The reporting party stated they saw an individual attempting to open a window but fled when confronted. The matter is under investigation.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on St Paul St for a report of a package theft. The reporting party stated they received notification of the delivery, but the package was gone when they went to collect it. The matter is under investigation.


Friday, October 29

CAR BREAK - Officers took a report of a car break, which occurred at an unknown location. The reporting party stated they realized property was missing from inside the vehicle. The matter is under investigation.

BURGLARY - Officers responded to Browne St for a report of a burglary. The reporting party stated that they returned home to find property missing. The matter is under investigation.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers were called to Linden St for a report of malicious damage to a building. The reporting party stated they heard a popping noise and, when they went to investigate, found a window in their residence had been shattered, hearing individuals outside on the street. The matter is under investigation.


Saturday, October 30

FRAUD - Officers took a report of fraud. The reporting party stated they purchased an item from an online website, but the item never arrived. They were advised to monitor their account for any fraudulent charges. 

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Babcock St for a report of a larceny from a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they discovered their car had been rummaged through overnight and property had been removed. The matter is under investigation.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a report of malicious damage. The reporting party stated they discovered their car had been keyed overnight. The matter is under investigation.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Babcock St for a report of a larceny from a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they discovered their car had been rummaged through and property had been removed. The matter is under investigation.


Sunday, October 31

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Commonwealth Av for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party stated they witnessed an individual cut off security tags and flee the store without paying. The matter is under investigation.

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers took a series of reports of malicious damages on Naples Rd. The reporting parties stated they heard and saw a group of individuals running through backyards and the street, resulting in broken or damaged property. The matter is under investigation.


Monday, October 25, 2021

October 25, 2021


Monday, October 18

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party stated they left their bike outside the store and returned to it missing. The matter is under investigation.


Tuesday, October 19

ANIMAL VIOLATION - Officers took a report of a dog off leash on Boylston St. The reporting party stated the dog wanders across neighboring property. The owner has been issued a citation and will be summonsed to court.

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY - Officers responded to a call on Chatham St regarding an attempted breaking and entering of a residence. The reporting party stated a male individual was looking in windows and trying to open the doors. The matter is under investigation.

LARCENY - Officers were called to Verndale St for a report of a larceny. The reporting party stated they returned to their home to find property missing. The matter is under investigation.

PURSE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Harvard St for a report of a purse theft. The reporting party stated they were sitting at a table when an individual snatched their purse from behind. The purse has been recovered. The matter is under investigation.


Wednesday, October 20

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY - Officers were called to Lawrence Rd for a report of an attempted burglary. The reporting party stated they saw a male individual open their garage and go through their property, although the individual fled without taking anything. He has been placed under arrest for attempted breaking and entering.


Thursday, October 21

MALICIOUS DAMAGE - Officers responded to a call on Beacon St for a report of malicious damage to a store. The reporting party stated they founded glue in the lock, as well as around the door and on the floor of the entry way. The matter is under investigation.

SCAM - Officers were called to Browne St for a report of an online scam. The reporting party stated they were attempting to buy tickets online when an individual offered tickets in exchange for payment over Venmo. After the payment was sent, the individual claimed the app had taken a transfer fee and demanded more money. The matter is under investigation.


Friday, October 22

FRAUD - Officers responded to a report of a fraud on Winchester St. The reporting party stated they received notice about an unknown and unauthorized withdrawal from an account. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers took a report for identity fraud on Fuller St. The reporting party stated that they were notified that their social security number had been used to fraudulently open an account in another state. They were advised to monitor their personal accounts and contact the Social Security Fraud Hotline. The matter is under investigation.

LARCENY - Officers were called to Bradford Tr for a report of a larceny. The reporting party stated they left property unattended while they went inside a building, and when they returned, the property was gone. The matter is under investigation.

GRAFFITI - Officers were contacted about graffiti on Clafin Rd. The matter has been referred to the Community Service Department.

FOUND PROPERTY - An individual came to the station to turn in an iPhone they found on Brookline Pl. It will be kept at the station for safe keeping.


Saturday, October 23

ASSAULT - Officers were called to Boylston St for a report of an assault. The victim stated they were involved in a minor car accident with another individual and had pulled over to exchange information. The individual grew irate and defensive, grabbing the victim by the collar and punching them. They then fled the scene. The matter is under investigation.

 

Sunday, October 24

FRAUD - Officers responded to a call on Beacon St for a report of a fraud. The reporting party stated they were contacted by an individual claiming to be able to reimburse their Eversource account. The matter is under investigation. 

Tuesday, October 19, 2021

October 19, 2021


Monday, October 11

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Village Way for a report of package thefts. The reporting party stated they were awakened by sounds outside and noticed two individuals opening packages outside. The matter is under investigation.

MV THEFT - Officers responded to a report of a theft of a motorcycle on Winchester St. The reporting party stated they left the motorcycle outside and noticed it missing. It has since been located. The matter is under investigation.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Longwood Av for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they found the center console and glove box emptied inside the vehicle, although nothing appeared to be missing. The matter is under investigation. 

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to Beacon St for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they noticed the car had been rummaged through and items were missing. The matter is under investigation.


Tuesday, October 12

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Eliot Av for a report of a package theft. The reporting party stated they received confirmation of the delivery, but it was gone by the time they returned home. The matter is under investigation.

MV THEFT - Officers received a report of a motor vehicle theft on Commonwealth Av. The matter is under investigation.

FOUND PROPERTY - Officers responded to Boylston St for a report of abandoned bicycles. They have been taken to the station for safe keeping.


Wednesday, October 13

FRAUD - Officers were called to Longwood Av for a report of a fraud. The reporting party stated they received a call from an individual claiming they were a customer representative from Amazon and that there was a problem with the party's account. They requested the party buy gift cards and give them the codes. The matter is under investigation. 

FRAUD - Officers took a report for a past larceny and forgery. The reporting party stated a check had been taken from their checkbook then later cashed. The matter is under investigation.


Thursday, October 14

FRAUD - Officers took a report for a past fraud. The reporting party stated a check had been cashed without their knowledge or permission. The matter is under investigation.

LARCENY - Officers were called to Gerry Rd for a report of a larceny. The reporting party stated they secured items in a storage box, and when they returned, the box had been pried opened and the property removed. The matter is under investigation.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to a call on Commonwealth Av for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party stated that they witnessed an individual conceal items on their persons and then leave the store. The individual has been placed under arrest.


Friday, October 15

FRAUD - Officers were called to Cypress St for a report of a past fraud. The reporting party stated an individual fraudulently used a credit card, reading out the numbers after the chip was denied several times. The matter is under investigation

FRAUD - Officers responded to a call on Marion St for a report of a fraud. The reporting party stated that they were notified that their social security number was used to open a bank account without their knowledge or permission. The matter is under investigation.


Saturday, October 16

LARCENY - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of a past larceny. The reporting party stated that they left their bag unattended on a table, and when they returned, it was gone. The matter is under investigation.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to Harvard St for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party stated an individual was witnessed concealing items in multiple bags, and when they were confronted, they fled with most of the items. The matter is under investigation.


Sunday, October 17

ATTEMPTED ROBBERY - Officers were called to Beacon St for an attempted robbery. The victim stated an individual approached them from behind, pulled out a knife, and demanded their belongings. The suspect then kicked the victim and fled without taking any property. The matter is under investigation.

Tuesday, October 12, 2021

October 12, 2021

Monday, October 4

SCOOTER THEFT - Officers responded to a report of a motorized scooter theft on Sewall Av. The reporting party stated they had secured it to a tree but returned to find it missing. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers received a report of a fraud on Cottage St. The reporting party shared that they received an alert from their bank stating their card had been used in a fraudulent purchase. The matter is under investigation.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers took a report of a package theft that occurred on St Paul St. The reporting party stated they received an email confirmation of the delivery, but the package was gone by the time they returned. The matter is under investigation.


Tuesday, October 5

FRAUD - Officers took a report of a fraud by check. The reporting party stated they checked their bank statement and noticed a check had been cashed for a different amount. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers were called to Harrison St for a report of a scam. The reporting party stated they received a letter offering a reduced price for student loans in exchange for down payment and personal information. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of a scam. The reporting party shared that they received an email claiming their computer and phone lines had been compromised and that, in order to fix the problem, they would need to pay an amount in various gift cards. The matter is under investigation.


Wednesday, October 6

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to a report of a shoplifting that occurred on Commonwealth Av. The reporting party witnessed an individual attempt to leave without paying. The individual had been apprehended.

CAR BREAK - Officers were called to Marion St regarding a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they noticed property missing after leaving their car overnight. The matter is under investigation.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on St Paul St for a report of a package theft. The reporting party stated they received confirmation of the delivery, but it was gone when they arrived. The matter is under investigation.


Thursday, October 7

BIKE THEFT - Officers took a report of a bike theft on Egmont St. The matter is under investigation.

GRAFFITI - Officers were called to Babcock St for a report of graffiti on the property. The matter is has been referred to the Community Service Department.


Friday, October 8

LARCENY - Officers responded to a call on Eliot Av for a report of a wallet theft. The matter is under investigation.


Saturday, October 9

FRAUD - Officers took a report of a fraud. The victim stated that they received an email that said to use a number provided to contact Apple about a potential issue with their account. The individual claimed to be from Apple and asked for banking details. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers were called to Lancaster Tr for a report of a fraud. The victim shared that they received notice from the Unemployment office about a claim, and they were advised to contact the Social Security Fraud Hotline. The matter is under investigation.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Alton Pl for a past bike theft. The reporting party stated that the bike had been secured via the front tire, but the tire had been removed and the bike stolen. The matter is under investigation.


Sunday, October 10

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Webster St for a report of a burglary. The individual was found and will be summonsed to court.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Davis Av for a report of a past bike theft. The reporting party stated that the bike had been secured via the front tire, but the tire had been removed and the bike stolen. The matter is under investigation.


Monday, October 4, 2021

October 4, 2021

Monday, September 27

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to a report of a package theft on Beacon St. The reporting party received an email confirmation of the delivery, but the package was gone by the time they went to collect it. The matter is under investigation.

FOUND PROPERTY - Officers were contacted about a report of found property on University Rd. They took the keys to the station for safe keeping.

FRAUD - Officers responded to a call on Brook street about ID fraud. The reporting party stated they received a letter regarding an unemployment claim made in their name. They were advised to monitor their accounts. The matter is under investigation.


Tuesday, September 28

FRAUD - Officers were called to Jordan Rd for a report of fraud. The reporting party stated they received an alert from the bank about a possible fraudulent check. They were advised, and the matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers responded to Crafts Rd for a report of ID fraud. The reporting party stated they received mail regarding a fraudulent bank account in their name. They were advised, and the matter is under investigation.


Wednesday, September 29

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY - Officers were called to Kent St for a report of an attempted breaking and entering. The individual was apprehended and placed under arrest.

FRAUD - Officers responded to Carlton St for a report of a fraud. The reporting period stated they received a call from an individual threatening legal action for false charges and demanding the victim's information. They have been advised. The matter is under investigation.

BURGLARY - Officers responded to a report of a burglary on Babcock St. The victim shared that they returned home to find the door unlocked, the rooms rummaged through, and property missing. The matter is under investigation.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to a call of a dispute between two individuals on Blake Rd. They addressed both parties and determined they would be summonsed to court.


Thursday, September 30

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Babcock St for a report of a package theft. The reporting party stated that they received email and verbal confirmation that their package had been delivered, but it was gone by the time they went to get it. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers responded to Walnut St for a past fraud report. The reporting party stated that their card had been used without their knowledge or authority. They have been advised to notify reporting agencies and monitor their account for further fraudulent activity. The matter is under investigation.

LICENSE PLATE THEFT - Officers received a report for a theft of a license plate on Holly La. The matter is under investigation.


Friday, October 1

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Beacon St for a report of a past shoplifting. The reporting party stated an individual entered the store and began placing items in a bag while an accomplice kept watch. They left the store without incident. The matter is under investigation.


Saturday, October 2

LARCENY - Officers responded to Beacon St for a report of a theft of a bag. The reporting party shared that they left the bag outside and returned to find it missing. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers received a report of a fraud by check. The reporting party stated they noticed a check had been altered and cashed. The matter is under investigation.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of a shoplifting. The reporting party stated an individual entered the store, concealed items on their person, and attempted to leave without paying. When an employee confronted them, the individual began swearing and walked out without stopping. The matter is under investigation.

SCAM - Officers received a report of an online scam. The reporting party stated they received threatening texts and demands for payments over bitcoin. The matter is under investigation.


Sunday, October 3

LARCENY - Officers were called to Tappan St for a report of a larceny of town property. It was discovered that the street sign had been removed. The matter is under investigation.

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

September 27, 2021

Monday, September 20

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to a call on Harvard St regarding a shoplifting incident. The matter is under investigation.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Naples Rd for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party shared it had been in the driveway, when it went missing. The matter is under investigation.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Marion St for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party stated they had secured the bike to a bike rack and that both the bike and lock were missing. The matter is under investigation.

LARCENY - Officers were called to Webster St for a report of a stolen purse. The reporting party stated they noticed their purse missing upon returning to their room. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers took report of a fraud. The reporting party shared they were contacted by a bank regarding a fraudulent check. They were advised, and the matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers responded to Eliot Av for a report of a fraud. The reporting party shared that, while looking to purchase an item online, the seller requested gift cards as payment but never delivered the item. The matter is under investigation.


Tuesday, September 21

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to a call on Harvard St regarding a shoplifting incident. The matter is under investigation.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Beacon St for a report of package thefts. The reporting party witnessed an individual placing the contents in a bag and then leaving. The matter is under investigation.

FOUND PROPERTY - Officers were approached by an individual who found an apple watch in the area of Amory Park . The watch was taken to the station for safe keeping.

FRAUD - Officers were called to Washington St for a report of an internet fraud. The victim shared that someone had made several withdrawals online from a bank account. They were advised, and the matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers responded to a call on Aspinwall Av for a report of a fraud. The reporting party shared they received a bill under their name, despite never purchasing or authorizing the account. The matter is under investigation.


Wednesday, September 22

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to a call on Abbottsford Rd for a report of a breaking and entering of an automobile. The reporting party discovered property missing in the morning. The matter is under investigation.

ANIMAL BITE - Animal control was contacted by an individual reporting an incident between two dogs and their owners on Brookline Av. The owner was issued a town by-law citation.

FRAUD - Officers took a report of a fraud. The reporting party shared they were contacted by an individual claiming to be a US Marshall. This individual stated reporting party was a victim of identity theft and would need to send a payment through bitcoin in order to secure a new Social Security Account. The victim was advised to monitor personal information and accounts. The matter is under investigation.


Thursday, September 23

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to a call on Commonwealth Ave for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party shared that two individuals entered the store and concealed items in their jacket pockets before leaving. The matter is under investigation.

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Station St regarding a past burglary. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers responded to Stetson St for a report of a fraud. The reporting party shared that they received notice that they applied for unemployment benefits. They were advised to report this as a scam and monitor their accounts for fraudulent activity. The matter is under investigation.

FRAUD - Officers were called to Boylston St for a report of a fraud. The reporting party shared that they noticed fraudulent withdrawals from a bank account. They were advised to alert their banks. The matter is under investigation.


Friday, September 24

ASSAULT - Officers responded to a report of an assault on Amory St. Upon arrival, they addressed the parties involved and concluded the guilty party will be summonsed for A&B.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Monmouth St for a report of a package theft. The reporting party shared they received an email confirming the delivery, but the package was gone by the time they went to collect it.


Saturday, September 25

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to St Paul St for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party stated they secured their bike to a bike rack but returned to find the lock cut and the bike gone. The matter is under investigation.

ASSAULT - Officers were called to Boylston St for a report of a past assault. The victim shared they were in their car at a red light when something struck them in the face. They believe the passenger from another vehicle threw an unknown object at them. The matter is under investigation.


Sunday, September 26

FOUND PROPERTY - Officers responded to a call on Francis St for a report of an abandoned bike. It has been taken to the station for safe keeping.

PROPERTY DAMAGE - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of damage to a building. The reporting party stated they discovered their shop window had been smashed during the night. The matter is under investigation.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to a call in the area of Babcock St and John St for a report of an assault. The responsible party will be summonsed for A&B.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Commonwealth Ave for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party shared that an individual took items and left without paying. The matter is under investigation.


Tuesday, September 21, 2021

September 20, 2021

Monday, September 13

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Beech Rd for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party stated they found a BlueBike by their shed and their own bikes gone. The matter is under investigation

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Coolidge St for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party shared they found an unknown bike at the end of their driveway and that their own bike was missing. The matter is under investigation.


Tuesday, September 14

ASSAULT - Officers responded to call on Browne St for a report of an assault with an attempt to rob. The matter is under investigation.


Wednesday, September 15

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Vernon St regarding a burglary. The reporting party returned home to find the front door unlocked and property missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.


Thursday, September 16

LARCENY - Officers responded to a report of a theft of a purse on Pleasant St. The reporting party shared they had left their purse on the floor. The purse has since been found.

MV THEFT - Officers received a report of a motor vehicle theft on Commonwealth Av. The matter is under investigation.

FOUND PROPERTY - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of found property and were given a radio. It was taken to the station for safekeeping.


Friday, September 17

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers received a report of a past package theft on Browne St. The reporting party stated they received confirmation of the package's delivery, but it was gone by the time they went to collect it. The matter is under investigation.


Saturday, September 18

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to a report of a car break on Beacon St. The victim shared they found their trunk opened and rummaged through, although nothing appeared to be taken. The matter is under investigation.


Sunday, September 19

LARCENY - Officers were called to Coolidge St regarding a theft of cell phones. The reporting party stated they had left their phone on the sidewalk and returned to find it missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.