Note: The following information is based on an initial review of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported to us. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, reporting of juveniles, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

1/26 - 1/29

1/26/17 - Suspicious Activity
An officer arrived on Monmouth St. for a report of suspicious activity. The victim stated that while walking on Beacon St. a blue car believed to be a Toyota Prius began to follow behind her.  The driver followed her for a few block and attempted to make conversation several times. At no time did the driver ever get out of the car during the interactions or make any type of threatening statements. The victim stepped into an establishment on St. Mary’s St. and then exited shortly and did not see the car. The car is described as a newer model Toyota Prius with a hatchback in a medium or cobalt blue color. The operator is described as possibly Middle Eastern or Spanish male, mid 30's, black hair slightly curly below the ears, clean shaven, and medium build. 

1/26/17 - Suspicious Activity
An officer arrived on Harvard St for a report of a suspicious person. The suspect is described as a black or Hispanic male in his 20's, about 6' to 6'2", 160-170 lbs., with light facial hair wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt and dark jeans. He walked into the bank with his hood up and demanded a transaction. After being asked several times to remove his hood, the suspect left the bank in an unknown direction. Several detectives arrived an spoke with the establishment’s manager and retrieved pictures of the suspect from the video surveillance. The male has a similar description of a wanted suspect from a prior offense but there is not a positive identification at this time.

1/26/17 - Larceny
While at the front desk, an officer was approached by a victim reporting his jacket had been stolen from his locker at a gym on Commonwealth Ave.  He stated that he entered the gym at 1550 hours and at 1700 hours he realized his coat was missing. The victim stated his locker was not locked and describes the jacket as a men’s black full length parka with a hood.

1/27/2017 - Shoplifting
Officers responded to a report of shoplifting on Beacon St. The suspect was described as an older male about 5'10" wearing a black hat and carrying a small black backpack. Staff at the establishment stated he took a bottle of liquor, put it in a gift bag and fled from the store on foot out of the rear of the store on Sewall Ave towards Charles St. While traveling on Charles St, the officers observed a subject matching the description of the suspect and approached the subject who consented to a search of his bag. The person was positively identified as the suspect and arrested by the officers.

1/27/17 - Bike Larceny
An officer arrived on Beacon St. for a bicycle theft report. The victims locked their bicycles to the sign pole located in front of the building. They locked the bikes at approximately 1400 hrs. and when they came out of the building they discovered that one bike was missing. The bike had been locked with a cable lock and the lock was missing as well. It is described as a florescent red, 6 speed belt driven (no chain) bike with an R.E.I. store sticker on the tube under the seat, disk brakes, and a light on the front.

1/27/17 - Larceny
An officer at the front desk was approached by a subject that reported that his gold Samsung phone was stolen. After leaving a room he noticed that he left the phone and returned to find it missing. The victim checked in with the main office several times during the day to see if the phone was turned in and nothing came up each time.

1/28/2016 – Auto Larceny
An officer reported to a parking lot on Village Way where a vehicle was on milk crates with all four tires removed and plastic lug nut caps scattered about the ground. The owner was contacted and stated that his wife parked the vehicle between 14:00-15:30 on 1/27/2017 which was the last time they saw the vehicle. A search of the garage area uncovered no additional tires missing.

1/28/17 – Bike Larceny
A victim reported to the front desk officer for a past theft of a bicycle on Waverly St. The victim stated that two bicycles had been put away in his garage on 1/27/16 at approximately 1830 Hours and noticed the bikes were gone at approximately 1200 Hours on 1/28/16. The bicycles were also not locked to the structure. One bike is gray and the other is white.

1/28/2017 – B & E of a Motor Vehicle
An officer arrived on Risley Rd. for a report of a larceny of a bicycle and a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The victim stated that on 1/27/2017 she arrived home at 1730 Hrs. and left her garage door opened and unsecured. On 1/28/2017 at approximately 1200Hrs, she observed that her bicycle was stolen and her motor vehicle's glove compartment was rummaged through.  The bicycle is a grey and has a rear tire rack and a distinctive lady bug bell attached at the handle bars.

1/28/17 – B & E and Larceny of a Motor Vehicle
An officer reported to Hackensack Rd for a break and entering of a motor vehicle. The victim stated his car was broken into overnight, between 19:30 hours on 1/27/17 and 09:30 hours on 1/28/17. The left, rear passenger door window had been smashed. A large amount of tobacco products for his store and two winter coats were missing.

1/29/2017 – Larceny

An officer reported to a store on Commonwealth Avenue for a report of a past larceny of a phone. The reporting party stated that around 2000 hours on 1/28/2017 three unknown suspects entered the store and one of them made their way to the back storage area for employees and took the victim’s phone from a table and exited the store. The phone is described as a black Samsung. The phone’s case was taken off and returned to the store after being found outside. Security footage from the store shows the three suspects. Suspect is of unknown race, black jacket and army fatigue pants. Suspect 2 is a Black male, short black hair, dark sweatshirt with a hood and jeans. Suspect 3, the one who went to the back room, is a possible Hispanic or Black male with a baseball cap on, dark jacket, jeans, and white sneakers.

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