Do you recognize the man pictured here?
The Burlington Police Department is looking for the man pictured above in connection to a case involving stolen credit cards. According to MassMostWanted.org, Burlington Police are looking to identify the man in these surveillance pictures. Police believe he has information on a Dec. 24, 2012 stolen credit card incident. He is described as a light-skinned male who is tall and has a medium build. In this picture he is sporting facial hair and short-cropped hair. Anyone who recognizes the man should contact Officer McLean at (781) 505-4939.
Our weekly compilation of some of the more, ahem, unusual police reports from around the Boston area. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
Unusual police news from around the area: "Fooled you once..." A man was arrested at the Target in Watertown after he tried the same scam twice. He bought a blender, then took it to the parking lot and returned with the receipt. Then he took an identical blender off the shelf and left with it. Store security caught on to him and he was busted when he tried the same trick the next day: http://watertown.patch.com/articles/man-arrested-after-his-shoplifting-scheme-fails-the-second-time "But we needed your AmEx card to pay for our PlayStation and Xbox." On Tuesday, June 19, Max Comjean, 18, of 3 Deacon Hunt Drive, Acton, and John Williams, 21, of 47 Drummer Road, Acton, were caught red-handed using a stolen credit card at Kmart. Here is what …