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Year in Review: Milford's Most Wanted of 2013

Have you seen these people?

Police are seeking the woman shown in this surveillance film. Credit: Mass Most Wanted.
Police are seeking the woman shown in this surveillance film. Credit: Mass Most Wanted.
The following people are wanted by police, according to postings on the Mass Most Wanted website. A brief description of the crime submitted by police is followed by contact information.

Planet Fitness thefts, Sept. 19.: "Suspects entered Milford and Franklin Planet Fitness locations asking to enter gym to look for a "lost cell phone." The suspects then stole personal property, including credit cards, from gym members. Both suspects then purchased $530 worth of prepaid phone plans at Target in Milford using stolen credit cards. Both suspects left in grey sedan, possibly a Nissan Altima." 

If you have information: contact Milford Police investigator Officer Joseph Francesconi at (508) 473-1113 x 572

Phony Receipts at Hannaford's, Feb. 21: "Female suspect entered Hannaford's and redeems $.33 cents using the Coinstar machine. Suspect then reenters the store with a fraudulent Coinstar receipt at a value of $89.24, usable as cash at the store. Suspect then purchases a small item using the receipt, receiving the change."

If you have information: contact Milford Police investigator Officer Joseph Francesconi at (508) 473-1113 x 572
kalman berke December 31, 2013 at 11:03 AM
Doubtful information and this is why. If, for example, a person uses a fraudulently obtained ATM pin and withdraws cash from a machine the bank will not allow you or the police to see a picture of the perp which they admit exists. So who can release a picture that was not taken by a Coinstar machine? This picture could be of anyone walking around where that machine is located. The whole detailed account seems phony to me. This type of hysteria seems more and more prominent on The Patch. It looks more like a tabloid in that same store than a public service posting.

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