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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

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Saturday, June 15th

9:12AM: A citizen came to the Police Station to report a past bike larceny. The reporting party stated that sometime between 5PM on Thursday, June 13th, and 9AM Friday, June 14th, his son’s bike was stolen. The item is described as a royal blue Men’s Mt. Shasta 21-speed brand bicycle. The bike was locked with a cable to a meter outside their home on Beacon Street. This case is being investigated.

6:56PM: Officers were dispatched to a residence on Winchester Street of a report of graffiti. The building superintendent noticed white graffiti on a wall this morning. The reporting party showed officers the defaced wall. A resident of the building recalled no graffiti at 7PM last night but it was present when he arrived this morning at 10AM. Police are investigating.

7:31PM: Police responded to a business on Washington Street for a report of shoplifting. The manager of the store stated that she witnessed a man place several packages of razorblades in his pants. The suspect then left the store towards Harvard Street. Police recognized the subject from surveillance footage and summonsed him for shoplifting.

8:15PM: Officers were dispatched to a business on Commonwealth Avenue for a report of theft. The reporting party stated that he left his wallet in a secured locker at 6:45PM. When he returned at 8:15PM, his red wire lock was gone and $40 was missing from his wallet. Surveillance footage shows a white male entered the locker room at 7:40PM. This unidentified male was wearing a grey collared shirt with black stripes, light-colored khaki pants, black sneakers, and carrying a messenger bag. This case is under investigation. 

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