This alleged thief was doing some sole-searching.
When you're walking around a large grocery store for awhile, your feet are bound to hurt. In Wellesley this week, police were called to Whole Foods for a man who had reportedly stolen more than $200 worth of items, including aloe-infused socks. The man also stole cream cheese and a water filtration system, police said.
Was this package expected to be sent by UPS, or FedEX?
An out-of-state resident called Milford police to report he had ordered a dog on Craigslist from a person in their town. He had paid for the dog, and the party was "supposed to send the dog, but did not." The man was advised his complaint was a civil matter.
One man's waste oil is another man's...environmentally conscious gasoline. Maybe.
In Northborough, police responded to a crime of the likes they'd never seen. Used cooking oil, which was supposed to be picked up by American By-products, was stolen in the middle of the night Wednesday. The oil bandit (or bandits) are at large and therefore their motives cannot be determined for sure. Waste oil can, however, be used as an alternate source of car fuel.
The 7-Eleven doesn't have a drive-thru, but it is possible to drive through it.
The 7-Eleven in Shrewsbury was closed Thursday night after an SUV drove through its front window. Officials said the driver's floor mat got caught between the gas and floor pedals.
Santa forgot to take this little guy with him when he stopped by in December.
A caller from Shrewsbury reported a squirrel fell down the chimney and was just "looking around." The caller was afraid it was possibly sick. Animal control advised the squirrel was just scared, and told the resident to remove it from the house.