Holbrook bank robber
In Holbrook, police are trying to bust a bank robber. The incident happened Feb. 6. Police say just before 6 p.m. a man robbed the Randolph Savings Bank on Franklin Street.
He passed a plastic shopping bag to the teller and demanded it be filled with cash. He tried everything he could to hide his identity. The suspect is described as a white man, who is about 6' tall. He was wearing a black jacket with a black and yellow hood. He was also wearing blue jeans, black sneakers and a black ski mask.
There is a cash reward in this case, so be sure to mention the Mass. Most Wanted tip program when you call Holbrook police with your tip.
Holbrook Police Department: (781) 767-1212 x 807
Investigator: Det. Scott Glover
Case Submission No.: 140111
Norwood wallet theft
Norwood police are trying to identify a man who, on Jan. 24, stole three wallets from offices at the Dedham Medical building in Norwood.
Police want to talk to the man about the thefts. He was last seen driving away from the Dedham Medical building in a white car, which may be a Pontiac Grand Prix.
Call Norwood police if you can help:
Norwood Police Department: (781) 440-5123
Investigator: Off. T. Annino
Case Submission No.: 140104
Lexington stolen credit card
In Lexington, a man is wanted for stealing a credit card, and using it at the Best Buy in Burlington, and the Micro Center in Cambridge where he bought an Apple laptop.
More than $5,300 was charged to the stolen credit card. Police say this is a heavy set Hispanic man who is about 5'10" to 6' tall.
Call Lexington police if you recognize him.
Lexington Police: (781) 863-9324
Investigator: Detective Evelyn
Case Submission No.: 140109
Braintree credit card theft
In Braintree, police are on the hunt for two men who they say, used stolen credit cards at the South Shore Plaza Mall on Feb. 7.
Police have some clear surveillance images of the guys. Call Braintree police if you know who they are.
Braintree Police Dept: (781) 794-8685
Investigator: Detective Paris
Case Submission No.: 140116
These cases came to FOX 25 from the law enforcement website, massmostwanted.org.