• Mass. Most Wanted: April 5


    Foxboro bank robbery

    In Foxboro police are trying to identify a masked and hooded bank robber. On March 31, at about 11:30 a.m., a man robbed the Foxboro Federal Saving and Loan on Central Street.

    The suspect is described as a white man who is about six feet tall and skinny. He was wearing a dark colored Under Armor hooded sweatshirt, tan pants and dark sneakers.

    There is a cash reward available, so mention the Mass. Most Wanted tip program when you call Foxboro police.

    Foxboro Police Department: 508-543-1212 x 264

    Investigator: Detective Patrick Morrison

    Case Submission No.: 140199



    Worcester Credit Union robbery

    On March 25, at about 11:30 a.m., a man robbed the Worcester Credit Union. He walked in and placed a black zippered binder on the counter. There was a gun in that binder. Then he passed a note to the teller demanding cash.

    The suspect is described as a black man with a medium build. He is about five feet, five inches tall with a thin mustache.

    He was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, black baseball cap, and dark cargo pants.

    Call Worcester police if you recognize him, and make sure you mention the Mass. Most Wanted tip program, because there is a cash reward.

    Worcester Police Dept: (508) 799-8651

    Investigator: Det. Mike Mulvey

    Case Submission No.: 140200



    Randolph NCT Gold Buyers theft

    Randolph police say some guys pulled a fast one on NCT Gold Buyers. On March 27, they brought a bag to the store containing $12,000 worth of gold jewelry they wanted to sell.

    After they had the jewelry authenticated, they swapped the bag of real jewelry for a bag of fake gold, and they took off with $1,000 in cash. Of course they left the jeweler holding the bag of fake jewelry.

    Call Randolph police if you know them.

    Randolph Police Department: (781) 963-1212

    Investigator: Detective Michael Tuitt

    Case Submission No.: 20140196



    Natick Mall theft

    Natick police are trying to identify a woman for a stolen credit case. On March 14, at the Natick Mall, the victim's wallet was stolen, possibly at lunch.

    Later that day, this suspect charged nearly $5,000 on the victim's charge card at just two stores.

    Natick police say they are taking a lot of calls from people reporting that their wallets have been stolen at local eateries, so be careful.

    Call Natick police if you know this woman.

    Natick Police Department : 5086479510 X 2603

    Investigator: Detective John P. Haswell

    Case Submission No.: 140201



    Stoughton TJ Maxx theft

    In Stoughton, a woman is wanted for a purse snatching. On March 26, she followed a customer around a TJ Maxx store, and pounced the first chance she got. She grabbed the victim's purse, and ran out of the store.

    The woman is in her late teens or early 20's and she's thin. She was wearing a black and red coat, jeans and sneakers.

    Call Stoughton police if you recognize her.

    Stoughton PD: (781) 344-2424

    Investigator: Officer David

    Case Submission No.: 20140194



    These cases come to us from the law enforcement website massmostwanted.org.


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