Boston bank robbery
The Bank Robbery Task Force trying to identify this man, who used a semi-automatic pistol to rob a Citizens Bank on Feb. 24, at about 3:45 p.m.
Police say the suspect demanded 50s and 20s from the teller, as he pressed the gun up against the glass. When the teller said she didn't have any 50s he said, give me 10s.
He took off towards Arlington Street. He was wearing a green cap, multi colored scarf, gray jacket, and jeans.
Call the Boston FBI if you recognize him. Mention the Mass. Most Wanted tip program when you call, there is a cash reward.
Investigator: T. Michael Ahern
Case Submission No.: 20140141
Cambridge financial institution
You've likely heard of skimming devices used at ATMs to capture your banking information. Cambridge police say that's the scam a man that they are trying to identify was using.
Police say this guy was using the devices from November 2013 to this past January in the central square section of Cambridge.
Call Cambridge police if you recognize him.
Cambridge Police: 617-349-9307
Investigator: Det Brian OConnor
Case Submission No.: 140202
Framingham police have a warrant out for Dennis Martin's arrest for an armed robbery at the Fluff and Fold Laundromat. The robbery happened on March 20. Police say Martin robbed the Laundromat at knifepoint, and that he still has the knife and is considered armed and dangerous.
Call Framingham police if you know where he is.
Framingham Police Dept: 508-872-1212 x 4248
Investigator: Det. Robert Lewis
Case Submission No.: 140197
Chestnut Hill theft
Boston College police are trying to find a man who is wanted for using a credit card stolen from the Corcoran Dining Hall at BC.
On March 29, the victim actually saw the man going through her personal belongings at the dining hall. Later, fraudulent charges were made to her credit card at a 7-Eleven, a convenience store in Dorchester, and with Bay State Taxi.
Call Boston College police if you recognize this guy.
Boston College Police Department: 617-552-3203
Investigator: John Mruk
Case Submission No.: 140206
All of these cases come to us form the law enforcement web site, massmostwanted.org.