• 15-year-old threatened with gun during Randolph home invasion


    RANDOLPH, Mass. - The Randolph Police Department is investigating a report of an armed home invasion that happened Monday afternoon.

    Around 1:15 p.m., Randolph Police received a 911 call from a 15-year-old boy who reported he had been threatened by two masked men outside his home on Lisa Road.

    He told police he was checking the mailbox outside of his home when the two men, one armed with a gun, walked up to him from behind. 

    The two men then walked the boy into his home and one of the men stayed with him downstairs while the other went upstairs and rifled through multiple rooms. No one else was inside the house at the time of the incident.

    The men reportedly stole a safe from one of the bedrooms and then fled the area. 

    The boy told police he believes the two men fled in a black Honda with a third person inside. He was not injured.

    Randolph Police said they do not believe this was a random robbery, but the investigation is on-going to determine what the thieves were after.

    Anyone with information on this home invasion is asked to call the Randolph Police Department at 781-963-1212. 


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