Friday, April 19, 2013
Do you recognize the man, or his unique backpack, in this surveillance picture?
The Burlington Police Department is looking for this man in connection to a theft of high-end scarves. According to a post on MassMostWanted.org, the man pictured above is a suspect in a April 16 theft at Burberry. The man allegedly stole two scarves, valued at $350 each, from Burberry in the Burlington Mall. The picture of his face is not very clear but the suspect's backpack is unique and could help with identification. If you have any information about the identity of this person or where they are, please contact Robert A Aloisi Jr. of the Burlington Police Department at (781) 505-4905.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Do you recognize the woman in this surveillance picture?
The Burlington Police Department is looking for this woman in connection to a theft of headphones. According to MassMostWanted.org, the female pictured above entered Best Buy and allegedly stole a pair of high-end Beat earphones and exited the store on Feb. 26. According to a store manager this woman was involved in two other incidents of stealing merchandise. If anyone has any information on her identity and/or whereabouts, please contact Detective Gary Burdic at (781) 272-1212.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Do you recognize the man pictured in this surveillance photo?
The Burlington Police are looking for the man pictured in the surveillance photo above and are asking the public's assistance in identifying the suspect. According to Massmostwanted.org, Burlington Police are looking for the man pictured here, who allegedly stole numerous autographed photos from a store in the Burlington Mall According to the Massmostwanted post, anyone with information on this suspect should contact Det. Leary at the Burlington Police Department at 781-238-4636.
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Man allegedly put stolen items in stroller, pushed over a loss prevention officer and fled, all with two children in tow.
The Burlington Police Department is asking the public for assistance in identifying the suspect of a Mother's Day grab and run theft at Sears in the Burlington Mall. According to Massmostwanted.com and Universal Hub, the suspect pictured above entered Sears on Sunday, May 13 with two children, a male and female. The suspect allegedly concealed perfume and tools in a baby stroller and left the store. According to the report, Sears Loss Prevention confronted the suspect in the parking lot. The suspect pushed the loss prevention officer, threw the two kids in his vehicle, and was about to drive away with the "male child hanging out of the vehicle." The suspect exited the vehicle, threw the child into the car, and left leaving the stroller …
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Do you recognize the suspects in these pictures?
The Burlington Police Department is investigating a theft at Sears in the Burlington Mall and is asking the public for help identifying two suspects. According to police, the two men pictured here are the suspects in a theft of more than $7,000 worth of jewelry from Sears on April 24 at approximately 8:00 p.m. According to the police logs, two Hispanic males, one described as having a thin build and wearing a black coat with white sleeves with a Patriots logo and blue jeans. The other male had short black hair, a mustache, a red Polo shirt and blue jeans. The men reportedly entered Sears and clicked the security cable off a display full of jewelry worth $7,000 before leaving the store. Police also state the men may have been involved in a…
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Police are searching for a bearded white male who fled the scene in a red Jeep Cherokee.
The Burlington Police Department confirmed tonight that at approximately 7 p.m. this evening officers were called to Kay Pee Jewelers, 85 Wilmington Road, on a report of a theft. Consulting the log, Sgt. Gerard McDonough said the theft was a "smash and grab" that happened while the store was open. The suspect did not show any weapon and there were no injuries as a result of the theft. The suspect is a white male, about 5'9" with a beard who was wearing a black hat. Witnesses state he fled the scene in a red Jeep Cherokee with possible New Hampshire plates. Police have put a BOLO out for the suspect and are investigating the incident. Updated: According to the Burlington Police log a $2,400 chain was stolen in this incident.
Thursday, March 24, 2011
Man arrested for assault with a dangerous weapon after allegedly showing gun, another arrested after giving police chase and a report of a naked man in the woods near Northeastern University campus.
Following are excerpts from the Burlington Police Department log. Note that this is a sampling of activity in the log, not a complete account. We report all arrests included in the daily police log. March 17 March 18 March 19 March 20
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Police believe suspect may be involved in other area thefts.
A 19-year-old Arlington man has been summonsed to Waltham District Court after police say he stole items from a local ice skating rink. Police also are also investigating whether Keith Bishop, 19, of 69 Richfield Rd., Arlington, was involved with thefts from other rinks in Burlington, Lexington, Watertown, Cambridge, Woburn, Belmont, Malden and Saugus, according to a Waltham Police Department press release. For now, Bishop will be charged with breaking and entering, larceny over $250 and larceny under $250, according to Waltham Police. Additional charges may be filed. In Waltham, Bishop allegedly stole cash and electronics from the Veterans Memorial Skating rink on Totten Pond Road, according to Detective Sgt. Timothy King. The first …
Monday, December 20, 2010
The Massachusetts State Police and Burlington Police are investigating a theft from a Massachusetts State Police and United States Marine Corps Toy for Tots storage container early Saturday morning.
Police are investigating a theft of donated toys meant for families having a hard time make ends meet this Holiday season, and are asking that anyone with information to come forward. The Massachusetts State Police and Burlington Police are investigating a theft early yesterday morning of a large quantity of toys from a POD storage container holding donations to the Toys for Tots program. According to police, evidence suggests the toys were stolen between 2:30 and 6 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 18. Police found signs of forced entry into the locked POD, with evidence suggesting that a tool or other implement was used. The toys were being stored in preparation for sorting and distribution for the Holidays. According to police, the Toys for Tots …