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Monday, April 28, 2008

April 25th-27th Police Reports

April 25, 2008

Breaking and Entering

  • Occurred between 9:00 PM 4/24 and 8:37 AM 4/25 42 Clark St.

Victim reports that his vehicle had been broken into during the night. He stated that he left his vehicle inside his garage, and when he returned to it in the morning he noticed that his center console was wide open. Missing from the vehicle was $20.00 in change and his GPS unit.

  • Occurred between 9:18 AM and 9:30 AM 18 Still St.

Victim reports that someone attempted to break into her vehicle. When police arrived they observed pry marks on the driver’s side rear door. No entry was gained.


  • Occurred between 6:00 PM 4/19 and 10:00 AM 4/24 26 Glen Rd.

Victim reports that someone had entered his open garage and stole a circular saw and an 18volt cordless drill.

April 26, 2008

Breaking and Entering

  • Occurred between 11:30 PM 4/24 and 7:00 AM 4/26 77 Marion St.

Victim reports that someone had broken into her vehicle and stole her AM/FM CD player. The vehicle’s right passenger window was off its track as if something was wedged between it and the frame of the window causing it to be dislodged.

April 27, 2008


  • Occurred at 3:22 PM 302 Harvard St.

Police responded to reports of past shoplifters. When police arrived they spoke to the loss prevention officer that stated that he observed two male subjects attempt to shoplift several items from the store. He stated that he observed the two males enter the store with paper bags and approach the women’s section of the store. They then proceeded to fill the bags with several items totaling $750.00. The employee stated that when he approached the subjects they dropped the bags and fled the store down Beacon St. They were described as dark skinned Hispanic males, both 5”8 about 160 lbs. One had a shaved head, a grey t-shirt over a white long sleeved shirt and blue jeans. The other male was wearing a white hooded sweat shirt, a baseball cap and blue jeans.

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