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Brighton bank robbery
The Bank Robbery Task Force is trying to catch the man who robbed a Brighton bank. A man, wearing a black wig, robbed the Citizens Bank in Cleveland Circle in Brighton on Jan. 9. He passed a note to a teller demanding cash. And sources told FOX 25 that he may be responsible for another bank robbery.
The suspect is in his early to mid 40s, he's about 5'7", he was wearing a long tan trench coat, sunglasses, and of course, the black wig.
There is a cash reward, make sure you mention the Mass. Most Wanted tip program when you call.
If you recognize the suspect, call:
Boston FBI: 617-223-6228
Investigator: SA Jeff Rolands
Case Submission No.: 20140033
Foxboro Stop and Shop Bad Bills
In Foxboro, police want to stop two men using bleached five dollar bills. Police say, on Dec. 13, they both passed bleached five dollar bills that were reprinted to look like 100 dollar bills.
They used the cash register, and left at the same time.
If you know anything about this case, please call:
Foxboro police: 508-543-1212 x 265
Investigator: Detective Scott Hodson
Case Submission No.: 20140032
Somerville Counterfeit Money
In Somerville, police say two women are wanted for passing counterfeit money at three stores. This happened on Jan. 6, police say they passed fake 20s and 50s at Target, Dollar Tree, and Dots in Somerville.
If you know who these women are, call:
Somerville police: 6176251600 x 7219
Investigator: Detective Paul Duffy
Case Submission No.: 20140026
Back Bay Purse Snatching
In Boston, a woman is wanted for a purse snatching at the Nordstrom store in the Back Bay on Jan. 5. The victim not only lost her Michael Kors handbag, she also lost the $150 cash she had inside.
If you have any information regarding this case, contact:
Boston Police: (617) 343-4683
Investigator: Det. Parlon
Case Submission No.: 140029
These cases are from the law enforcement website, massmostwanted.org.