FAIRFIELD —The Fairfield Police Department has been made aware of a Secret Shopper scam after a resident almost fell victim to the scam late last week.
Diligent Work of Three Dracut Police Officers, Dispatcher Recovers $25,000 for Victim of Apparent ‘Grandchild in Jail’ Scam
DRACUT — Chief Peter Bartlett is pleased to share the diligent work of three Dracut Police officers and a Northern Middlesex Regional Emergency Communications Center (NMRECC) dispatcher, which resulted in the recovery of cash for a victim of an apparent scam.
BRIDGEWATER — With a recent increase in scam attempts announced by Eversource, Town Manager Michael Dutton and Police Chief Christopher D. Delmonte wish to warn the public to be vigilant of scammers posing as bill collectors.
GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen and the Groveland Police Department wish to warn residents of recent scams.
SAUGUS — Chief Michael Ricciardelli reports that the Saugus Police Department received two reports today from individuals who had been contacted by phone by someone claiming to be a Saugus police officer and who demanded money.
HOLBROOK — Chief William J. Smith would like to warn Holbrook residents after a person in town was recently scammed out of $9,000 after being led to believe that the money was being used to bail a relative out of jail.
CHELSEA — Chief Brian Kyes and the Chelsea Police Department are warning residents of a recent increase in online scams targeting those who are searching for a job, and wish to share tips to help people avoid falling victim.
*Media Advisory* In Honor of National Nurses Week, Concord Police and Fire Departments to Show Appreciation for Emerson Hospital Staff
CONCORD — Police Chief Joseph O’Connor is pleased to announce that the Concord Police and Fire Departments will be joined by neighboring public safety agencies when they pay a special visit to Emerson Hospital tomorrow to show their support for healthcare providers during National Nurses Week.
FAIRFIELD — Chief Christopher Lyddy and the Fairfield Police Department would like to warn residents of recently reported “sextortion” phishing scams and remind residents of important safety tips regarding scams.
CONCORD — Chief Joseph O’Connor and the Concord Police Department would like to warn residents of recently reported “sextortion” phishing scams and remind residents of important safety tips regarding scams.