CONCORD — Chief Joseph O’Connor reports that the Concord Police Department is investigating the theft of two Black Lives Matter signs stolen from a local church, and is asking for the public’s help identifying potential suspects.
DUNSTABLE — Chief James G. Downes III and the Dunstable Police Department are urging residents to secure their vehicles and belongings following numerous thefts from motor vehicles in town and surrounding communities over the last several days.
BEDFORD, N.H. – As the weather gets warmer and thefts from motor vehicles tend to increase, Chief John Bryfonski and the Bedford Police Department are reminding residents to secure their vehicles and belongings as part of the “Lock It or Lose It” campaign.
Bedford Police Investigating Theft from Animal Rescue League, Seeking Public’s Help Identifying Suspect
BEDFORD, N.H. — Chief John Bryfonski reports that the Bedford Police Department is investigating a theft of cat and dog food from the Animal Rescue League today.
DEDHAM – Chief Michael d’Entremont and the Dedham Police Department are reminding residents to always lock their vehicles and secure their belongings after several cars were broken into over the weekend.
Bedford Police Remind Residents to Secure Vehicles, Belongings Following Numerous Motor Vehicle Break-ins
BEDFORD – Chief John Bryfonski and the Bedford Police Department are reminding residents to secure their vehicles and belongings as part of the “Remove It, Lock It or Lose It” campaign, after they responded to numerous reports of motor vehicle break-ins last year.
BRIDGEWATER — Chief Christopher Delmonte reports that the Bridgewater Police Department is investigating an incident involving a card skimming device found at a local gas station this week. Police are reminding the community to be cautious while filling up their tanks and when taking money out at ATMs to avoid becoming a victim of this crime.
Concord Police arrested a man for larceny into a business, and in turn, identified him as the suspect in multiple thefts throughout eastern Massachusetts.
Stoneham Police Remind Residents to Secure Vehicles, Belongings Following Numerous Motor Vehicle Break-ins
STONEHAM – Chief James McIntyre reports that the Stoneham Police Department has responded to 13 motor vehicle break-ins this week and is reminding residents to always lock their vehicles and secure their belongings to prevent theft this holiday 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.