You knew it had to happen sooner or later -- the holidays are here. Many of us will be busy getting ready, but always be ready. The bad guys are out there. Here now is this week's Mass Most Wanted.
Chestnut Hill Mall Pick Pocket, Nov. 17, 2013
On Nov. 17, a woman was pick-pocketed and her credit cards stolen at the Legal Seafood in the Chestnut Hill Mall. The suspect is described as a black woman with a medium build, wearing a red floppy hat, blue jacket and a blue scarf. The stolen credit cards were used at Bloomingdales and the Apple store. If anyone can help identify the thief, you are asked to contact the Newton Police Department.
If you recognize this suspect, call: Newton PD: (617) 796-2104 x2155
Investigator: Detective Bob Lee
Case Submission No.: 130629
Stoughton Counterfeit Bills, Nov. 16, 2013
Two women at the Target in Stoughton are said to have both passed counterfeit $100 bills on Nov. 16. The first suspect may be a white or Hispanic woman with a child. And the second suspect is a black woman wearing a red hat. Both women left in the same dark colored vehicle with a Rhode Island licence plate ending with the numbers 54.
If you recognize these suspects, call: Stoughton PD: (781) 344-2575
Investigator: Detective O'Connor
Case Submission No.: 130647
Brookline Bank Robbery, Nov. 12, 2013
Police are looking for a man who robbed a bank in Brookline on Nov. 12. The suspect had a black handgun and was described as a white male with a thin build who was approximately 20-years-old.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the FBI. Mention the Mass. Most Wanted tip program and there could be a cash reward.
If you recognize the suspect, call: FBI Bank Robbery Task Force: (617) 680-4525
Investigator: Detective Robert DiSalvatore
Case Submission No.: 130645
Braintree Identity Fraud, Oct. 10
Another reason to watch your belongings this season. TA man is accused of identity fraud while shopping at the Macy's department store in Braintree. He is shown in this photo using a credit card belonging to an out-of-state victim. He is also accused of fraudulent use of gift cards in several jurisdictions.
Stoughton police recently sent us an exclusive photo of the suspect's license plate, seen in the Mass Most Wanted video above. However, they believe it may have been altered with tape to modify some of the numbers.
If you recognize the suspect, call: Braintree Police: (781) 794-8729
Investigator: Detective Stephen Wallace
Case Submission No.: 130637
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