Everett bank robbery
In Everett, police are looking for a suspected bank robber. On Jan. 17, police say a man robbed the East Boston Savings Bank, passing a note demanding cash. The suspect is about 5'6" tall with a medium build. He was wearing a Red Sox cap, gray hoodie and a black jacket. Anyone with information regarding this case should call Everett police and mention the Mass. Most Wanted Tip Program, there is a cash reward.
If you recognize the suspect, call:
Everett PD: 617-394-2366
Investigator: Detective Michael Lavey
Case Submission No.: 140049
Nashua deception at Sears
In Nashua, police say, a man is wanted for a well-known scam, and it cost the victim some big bucks. On Jan. 18, police say this man told the victim he was a Sears employee, and that he could sell the victim 10 big screen televisions for $9,000.
The victim handed over the money, and this man disappeared into the store, never to be seen again.
Call Nashua police if you recognize him.
Nashua Police Department: 603-594-3563
Investigator: Detective Ty Kucharski
Case Submission No.: 140052
In Attleboro, police are trying to identify a woman, who is suspected of stealing another woman's purse from a Burlington Coat Factory on Dec. 28. That purse held the victim's cash, credit and debit cards.
If you recognize the suspect, contact the Attleboro Police Department.
Attleboro Police Department: 508-222-1212 x 2651
Investigator: Gabriel D'Agostino III
Case Submission No.: 140056
In Quincy, detectives really want to get two men off the streets. On Jan. 14, a victim's purse was stolen right out of the Thomas Crane Library in Quincy on Jan. 14.
They then used the victim's credit and debit cards and cash at a Braintree Kmart and at a Wal-Mart, Marshalls, Star Market, and Dunkin Donuts in Quincy.
The first suspect has a distinctive tattoo on the back of his neck of the Insane Clown Posse. Both men were seen getting away in a newer model gray Toyota Tundra with racks and a tool box.
Call Quincy police if you recognize them.
Quincy Police Dept.: (617) 745-5782
Investigator: Det. A.J. Carthas
Case Submission No.: 140042