Chief John Garcia reports that after receiving multiple reports of a suspicious person walking in a playground at the Sippican Elementary School Friday morning, the person was determined by police to be a 12-year-old boy carrying a toy gun.
Concord Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a suspicious person who approached a child on Thursday.
Concord Police are seeking to question the owner of a white late model Ford Fusion sedan, pictured here. The driver is a person of interest.
READING — Chief Mark D. Segalla reports that the Reading Police Department is seeking information on a driver who allegedly followed and attempted to have a conversation with young girls twice this week.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael R. Kent reports that the Burlington Police Department is in the final stages of identifying the man who approached a child near a bus stop in his vehicle.
Townsend Police Department Erving M. Marshall, Jr., Chief of Police 70 Brookline Road Townsend, MA 01469 New website: townsendpd.org For Immediate Release Monday, August 18, 2014 Contact: Townsend Police Department Phone: 978-597-6214 Townsend Police Identify Suspicious Driver Toyota Prius Seen at Timberlee Park August 10 TOWNSEND — Police Chief Erving Marshall announces that the Townsend […]