WOBURN – Two sisters were indicted by a Middlesex County Grand Jury related to an equipment theft at Genzyme in Framingham.
- Deborah Walsh, 52, of Marlborough. She was charged with larceny over $250, false entry into corporate books, and conspiracy (6 counts).
- Alaina Wood, 57, of Whitinsville. She charged with larceny over $250 and conspiracy (5 counts).
Walsh was a former warehouse employee at Genzyme.
In December, a Genzyme employee realized a $6,000 piece of equipment was missing from the warehouse. The employee went on eBay and found the equipment being sold by “WiniBigelow2012.”
According to Framingham Police, the employee recognized the name as Walsh’s mother because she had previously purchased a purse from Bigelow’s eBay page.
Police discovered the return address for the items on eBay was 670 Linwood Avenue in Whitinsville, where Bigelow lives with her and Walsh’s mother. After receiving a search warrant, police discovered Genzyme equipment still in marked boxes at the house.
In total, the items listed on eBay were more than $25,000.
EBay records showed WiniBigelow2012 has sold more than 150 items.
At their arraignment in January, Judge Jennifer Stark released both with no bail.
Photos courtesy of Framingham Police