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Who Are Five of Massachusetts’ ‘Most Wanted’ Criminals?

These five people are wanted by police for ‘public order’ offenses across the commonwealth.

Wanted in Abington. Call with information: 781-878-3232 ext. 5293 / 5282
Wanted in Abington. Call with information: 781-878-3232 ext. 5293 / 5282

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 five of the state’s Most Wanted ‘public order’ suspects within the network:


Abington

Date: Feb. 4, 2014

Public Order: The suspect left the Walmart Garden Center carrying four bags with items from the automotive section, but did not purchase anything inside the store. He was seen on a white bicycle outside the store, which he rode to a car parked in a remote area of the lot. According to police, the suspect started a fire that destroyed the vehicle.

Call with information: 781-878-3232 ext. 5293 / 5282


Boston / Back Bay

Date: Nov. 8, 2013

Public Order: The suspect jumped on an occupied cab at the corner of Massachusetts Avenue and Boylston Street, causing a large amount of damage, after the Boston Red Sox won the World Series.

Call with information: 617-343-9539


Quincy

Date: Nov. 10, 2013

Public Order: The suspect was involved in a dispute in a Wal-mart parking lot. The victim reported a key mark on her car to police. The suspect was driving an older model Honda Accord coupe.

Call with information: 617-745-5782


Brockton

Date: April 26, 2013

Public Order: These two suspects are wanted in connected with a dumpster fire at 593 Centre St., L & M Bargains, in Brockton.

Call with information:  508-583-2933


Eileen April 18, 2014 at 02:10 PM
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