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Mass. Most Wanted: April 19


Boston bank robbery

The FBI Bank Robbery Task Force is looking for a bank robber. On March 22, at 11:45 a.m., a man robbed the Eastern Bank at 1096 Dorchester Ave. He passed a note to the teller demanding cash, and then fled south on Dorchester Avenue.

Investigators believe he's in his late 20's. He has a medium build and was wearing a black jacket, gray hooded sweatshirt with white drawstrings and an Atlanta Falcons baseball hat.

There is a cash reward offered in this case. Make sure you mention the Mass. Most Wanted tip program when you call the Boston FBI with your information.

FBI Bank Robbery Task Force: (617) 275-3935

Investigator: SA Jeff Rolands

Case Submission No.: 20140210


Needham stolen credit card

In Needham, a man is wanted for using stolen credit cards. In fact, that's exactly what he's doing in surveillance photos. On March 25, an employee at the Staples in Needham had two credit cards stolen.

The man was using those cards in Randolph, Natick, and Framingham. He charged $1,000 on those cards.

Call Needham police if you recognize him.

Needham Police: (781) 444-1212 x 218

Investigator: Det. Mike Schlittler

Case Submission No.: 20140211


Harvard stolen credit card

A woman is wanted for using credit cards stolen from a victim who works at the Harvard Kennedy School. Nearly $700 worth of charges were made to the victim's cards.

Call Harvard University police, if you can help.

Harvard University Police Department: (617) 496-0471

Investigator: Detective Christos Hatzopoulos

Case Submission No.: 20140205


Natick shoplifting

In Natick, three suspects are wanted for shoplifting. Police say they stole $5,000 worth of wallets and purses from a high end retailer in Natick. The three worked together. One distracted the clerk, while the other two stole the merchandise.

Call Natick police if you recognize them.

Natick Police Dept.: (508) 647-9520

Investigator: Det. Bosselman

Case Submission No.: 20140209


All of these cases come to us from the law enforcement website