Framingham Police Seek Neighborhood’s Help With Tripoli Break-ins

FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Police is asking for the residents of the Tripoli neighborhood to help they with a series of car breaks.

“We have recently had an uptick in car breaks in the Fay Road area down to Weybossett,” said Framingham Deputy Police Chief Lester Baker in an email to the Corburnville-Tripoli Neighborhood Association today, May 21.

Normally, police could go door-to-door looking for help but due to the pandemic that is not possible said police.

Police are asking anyone with surveillance or doorbell camera to contact them. Residents should call and ask for Lt. Blaise Tersoni when calling 508-872-1212

Residents of the District 8 neighborhood are asked not to keep anything that may look valuable in view, and to always lock car doors, said Police.

On April 30 Ashland Police arrested three Framingham juveniles after two vehicles were stolen from the Tripoli neighborhood, and one vehicle struck a pole on East Union Street in Ashland.

Two juveniles were arrested at gunpoint and one under the threat of a K-9 dog from the City of Marlborough, said the Ashland Police Chief.

Yesterday, the police department received the following motor vehicle breakin complaints

  • 7:43 a.m. Palmetto Avenue
  • 8:32 a.m. Wilson Avenue
  • 9:45 a.m. Weybossett Avenue
  • 10:43 a.m. Weybosset Avenue
  • 10:58 a.m. Fay Road
  • 11:09 a.m. Weybossett Avenue


Editor’s note: I live in District 8 on Fay Road, in full transparency

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