Every day, police solve crimes in all our communities. But when suspects get away, Massachusetts law enforcement officers turn to the public for help. And that’s where the Mass Most Wanted network comes in.
Here are four of the state’s Most Wanted criminals within the network:
Date: Saturday, April 26
Theft: A suspect used a victim's credit cards in several stores in the area, charging more than $10,000.00 worth of merchandise. The victim did not lose possession of his credit card, according to police.
Call with information: 781-455-7570, ext. 3
Date: Monday, April 28
Theft: At about 7:15 p.m., a female suspect stole clothing from the Gap in Braintree, allegedly using a large handbag to conceal items before possibly driving away in a gray two-door sedan with a sun roof.
Call with information: 781-794-8668
Date: Saturday, April 19
Theft: A victim's wallet was lost or stolen at a local restaurant in Natick. The suspect, who allegedly took possession of the wallet, proceeded to use four stolen credit cards at eight different stores in Natick, Framingham, Burlington and Chestnut Hill. The suspect made 14 separate transactions totaling $12,380.24 within three hours, mostly at electronics and shoe stores, according to authorities.
Call with information: 508-647-9500, ext. 3012
Date: Friday, April 25
Robbery: At about 3:30 p.m., a male suspect allegedly dressed as a female entered the Beverly Coop Bank, 73 Lafayette St., and passed a note demanding money. The suspect was wearing a white knit hat, glasses, black scarf, red jacket with white Puma sneakers and appeared to be medium height with a moderate build, according to authorities.
Call with information: 978-745-9700