• Mass. Most Wanted: August 31


    Legal Seafood credit card theft
    July 10, 2013

    Case details:

    Investigators are trying to identify two women who allegedly stole a victim's credit card from her wallet at Legal Seafood and charged $10,000 worth of items to the cards. The cards were used at Target stores in Braintree, Stoughton, and Abington. One of three female suspects has been identified, but police are still trying to identify the other two.

    Anyone with information is asked to call:

    Braintree Police Dept. 781-794-8600


    Westborough YMCA credit card theft
    August 13, 2013

    Case details:

    In Westborough, police are trying to identify a man and a woman accused of breaking into a car at the YMCA and stealing a victim's credit card. Police have pictures of the suspects leaving a local Target store after using the victim's stolen cards. The pair allegedly left Target in what looks like a silver SUV or van.

    Anyone with information is asked to call:

    Westborough Police Dept. 508-366-3060


    September 3, 2006

    Case details:

    It will be seven years since Miguel Oliveras was last seen. FOX 25's Bob Ward has featured his case on New England's Unsolved. Miguel lived in Boston, but he was last seen leaving the Platinum Plus gentleman's club in Portland, Maine. A surveillance image showed Miguel leaving Platinum Plus. Miguel's mother has never stopped looking for her son and asked Bob Ward to air his story again. She is desperate to find him. If you can help, please call Boston police.

    Anyone with information is asked to call:

    Boston Police Dept. 617-343-4200

    Many of our cases come to us from the law enforcement website, massmostwanted.org.

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