Monday, December 31, 2012
A burglar alarm alerted authorities to the Dunkin' Donuts at 1362 Worcester St., where they found a cement block had been thrown through a window.
Natick Police responded to a burglar alarm at the Dunkin' Donuts located at 1362 Worcester St. at 1:56 a.m. this morning. According to Lt. Brian Grassey, the first responding officer observed a window on the east side of the building smashed out with a cement block. Officers then searched the building but weren't able to find anything. Natick Police requested a K9 unit from the Massachusetts State Police, and the dog was able to track a nearby location, indicating that a warm vehicle had recently left. Grassey said that surveillance video showed a single masked male subject had entered the building, but that nothing appears to have been taken. He said that they are continuing to investigate.
Friday, October 26, 2012
Police are crediting a neighbor with helping capture three suspects. A fourth suspect is at-large.
Story was updated at 12 p.m. Friday with information provided by Natick Police in a press release. Three Revere men are scheduled to be arraigned this morning after being arrested last night in connection with a break-in on Greenwood Street. A fourth suspect in the break-in at 2 Greenwood St. fled from the scene upon police arrival, police said in a press release. On Friday morning, a bag containing all the items that had been removed from the home was recovered along the apparent avenue of escape. Those items are being processed in hopes of learning the identity of the fourth person. "We have been in contact with neighboring communities in hopes of finding commonalities with activity in their jurisdiction. As of this point this is still …
Thursday, October 25, 2012
The house-break was reported around 8 p.m.
Natick police are reporting that three people have been arrested in connection with a break-in at a home on Greenwood Street. Officers believe there may be another suspect at large. Three men were arrested around 9 p.m., Natick Police tweeted. Earlier tweets noted that police had detained subjects on Greenwood for a possible breaking and entering. Additional units responded to a home on Greenwood to search for possible additional suspects. The most recent tweet, sent at 9 p.m., said three were under arrest. "That neighborhood has good neighbors," police tweeted. Lt. Brian Grassey said at 10 p.m. that the department believed a fourth individual was at large. The house was searched and three K9 units from the Metropolitan Law Enforcement …