Every day, police solve crimes in all our communities. But when suspects get away, Massachusetts law enforcement officers turn to the public for help. And that’s where the Mass Most Wanted network comes in.
Here are four of the state’s recent Most Wanted "fugitives" within the network:
Date: Tuesday, June 24
Crime: A male suspect allegedly robbed the Eastern Bank at 301 Harvard St. with a firearm. The teller recognized the robber as the same person who allegedly robbed the same bank on May 9. The suspect showed a note and said he had a gun, and demanded cash before banging a black handgun against the counter and pointing it in the teller's direction. As he left, the suspect reportedly apologized and thanked the tellers. He is described as being a white man in his 30s.
Call with information: 617-730-2222 x2710
Date: Saturday, June 21
Crime: A male suspect described as a white male aged 25-30 years entered the Daily Mart at 371 Hollis St. and threatened the clerk with a knife, demanding money. The suspect was reportedly scared off without receiving anything.
Call with information: 508-532-5923 x4214
Date: Tuesday, May 20
Crime: A female suspect entered three Weymouth Bank branches, two in Weymouth and a third in Kingston, and passed forged checks from a local business. The checks were reportedly written out to a Katosha Robinson, and the female suspect reportedly provided a Kentucky driver's license as identification.
Call with information: 781-335-1212 x43111
Date: Sunday, May 11
Crime: A female suspect allegedly stole various items of clothing and jewelry from H&M at the North Shore Mall. Loss Prevention stopped the suspect outside the store, and while waiting to escort her back to the store, she threw the stolen items at the security officer and then assaulted the officer by pushing her to the ground.
Call with information: 978-531-1226