Updated:(MyFoxBoston.com) -- Summertime weather doesn't get much better than this, and while we enjoy some precious down time, just remember, the bad guys are still at work. This week's Mass. Most Wanted.
Newton grocery store theft:
Wegmans in Newton has reported that several bottles of high-end wine have been shoplifted from their store. The suspects have stolen nearly $10,000 worth of wine on separate occasions this month. The suspects are a white man and woman, both of medium height and medium build.
Call Newton police if you recognize them.
Newton Police: (617) 796-2104
Investigator: Nils anderson
Case Submission No.: 140323
Weymouth bank theft:
Weymouth police are searching for a woman who passed forged checks on May 20 at three different area bank branches. Those checks were from a local business.
The forged checks were made out to Katosha Robinson. The woman used a Kentucky driver's license as identification.
Call police if this woman looks familiar.
Weymouth Police: (781) 335-1212 x 43111
Investigator: Sgt R. Regan
Case Submission No.: 140340
Quincy drug offense:
Quincy police are looking to identify this man. He passed an illegal prescription for 180 oxycodone pills at the CVS located on Southern Artery in Quincy. This happened on June 23. The suspect is white man, medium height and build. He was wearing a blue nike hat, blue tee-shirt, and black sweatshirt.
If he looks familiar, call Quincy police.
Quincy Police: (617) 745-5765
Investigator: Detective Jamie Karvelis
Case Submission No.: 140339
Peabody theft and assault:
A woman is wanted for theft and assault charges. This happened on May 11 at the Northshore Mall. Police say the woman stole clothes and jewelry from the H&M store. But when a loss prevention employee approached the suspect, she threw the stolen items at the security officer and then assaulted the guard, pushing her to the ground. The suspect was wearing a camouflaged hat
If she looks familiar, call Peabody police.
Peabody Police: (978) 531-1226
Investigator: Sgt Douglas S. Marcus
Case Submission No.: 140327
All of these cases come to us from the law enforcement website, MassMostWanted.org.
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