Police arrested two people Saturday after they were reportedly found to be in possession of more than $1,000 in merchandise from Target.
Police responded to the Target on Donald J. Lynch Boulevard shortly before 6 p.m. Saturday where two alleged shoplifters were being held. Police reports state the shoplifters — Brooke A. Emond, 20, of 103 Cook Lane and Evan Gerard Murray, 22, of 27 Sunset Drive in Northborough — had attempted to steal $729.97 in merchandise from Target. Murray had also taken $409.97 in merchandise earlier that day from the Target on Boston Post Road, according to court documents.
In the car, police found 3 shaped metal tools used to defeat retail security tags and a license that was reportedly stolen in July from Conway, New Hampshire. The pair was charged with two counts of larceny over $250, conspiracy, possessing burglarious instrument, receiving more than $250 in stolen property and receiving less than $250 in stolen property. Murray was also charged with larceny under $250.