FRAMINGHAM – Police have released images of suspects in four recent smash & grab robberies in South Framingham.
SOURCE requested the images, and police released them this morning, March 27.
“We believe we are dealing with the same suspect(s) in these cases based on surveillance footage and method of entry,” police posted on its social media channels.
Three of the photos released are from the breaking & entering at 624 Waverley Street, said the police spokesperson.
Police also released an image of individual at 106 Cedar Street stealing a package off the door step on March 10.
Unknown if this is the same individual but downtown area and similar timeframe and description, said the police spokesperson.
On March 25, Police officers responded to Dom’s Variety Store at 2:26 a.m. on March 25. A stone was thrown threw the window at 269 Hollis Street, said Framingham Police spokesperson Sgt. Rachel Mickens.
“Surveillance footage appeared to show a light skin male, gray or light color hoodie, small light color backpack, baseball hat, and black mask,” said Sgt. Mickens.
The individual “went right to cash register but could not get into it and left,” said Sgt. Mickens.
Also on March 25 , there was an attempted breaking and entering reported at Daily Mart at 371 Hollis Street.
Police said there was no video available in that attempted break-in.
Last weekend, the same tactic was used to smash windows at Bacon’s Wine & Spirits and at W&S Cleaners on Route 135 in the Coburnville neighborhood.
“Video surveillance shows a male throw rock through glass door in both breaks. He enters store at 694 Waverley,” said Sgt. Mickens. “A female is seen with him at 624 Waverley and she makes entry after he breaks glass.”
The man is described as “white male, black hoodie, light color jacket, and gray sweatpants,” said the Sgt. Mickens.
The woman is described as “wearing oversized gray sweatshirt with logo on the back and black pants,” said the Framingham Police spokesperson.
Framingham Deputy Police Chief Sean Riley said police are trying to identify the man and the woman based on the surveillance video.
If anyone has any information they are asked to call 508-872-1212 or they can use the police department’s anonymous tip app.