BEDFORD — As the holiday season approaches, more and more families are turning to the convenience of online shopping for presents. Chief Robert Bongiorno and the Bedford Police Department would like to remind residents of some best practices they can employ to ensure that the gifts they buy online will make it into the hands of loved ones, not thieves.
GROVELAND — With the holidays quickly approaching and residents continuing their online shopping, Deputy Chief Jeffrey Gillen and the Groveland Police Department are encouraging residents to use caution when scheduling deliveries in order to prevent unattended packages from being stolen.
DRACUT — As residents ramp up their holiday shopping, Chief Kevin Richardson and the Dracut Police Department ask that the community be careful when scheduling online deliveries to prevent doorstep theft this season.
CONCORD — With the holidays rapidly approaching, Chief Joseph O’Connor and the Concord Police Department encourage residents to follow several safety procedures when shopping online to prevent thieves from stealing delivered packages that are left unattended.
CHELMSFORD — As residents begin their online holiday shopping, Chief James Spinney and the Chelmsford Police Department remind residents to take caution when scheduling their deliveries to deter doorstop thieves.
GLOUCESTER — As community members gear up to begin their online holiday shopping, Chief Leonard Campanello and the Gloucester Police Department urge residents to use caution when scheduling deliveries to prevent doorstep theft.
BEDFORD – As residents begin their holiday shopping, Chief Robert Bongiorno and the Bedford Police Department advise that the community be cautious when ordering online gifts to avoid doorstep theft.