Police Briefs 12-27-2011

December 28, 2011
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Missing Person – Located

12/13/11 – At about 11:21 a.m., officers assigned to the Newbury Street area responded to a radio call to take a report for the location of a student who was previously reported missing from the Snowden High School at 150 Newbury St.

Upon arrival, officers met a Boston Public Schools police officer, who said the missing student had returned to the school.

Officer also met with the student’s parents, who filed a missing person report at District B2 headquarters on Friday, Dec. 9, after their daughter failed to return home from school. The parents had also been working with a District 2 detective over the past several days to locate her.

At the school, the parents took custody of their daughter and brought her to Children’s Hospital for a medical evaluation and physical.

A copy of the officers’ report for the location of the missing girl was sent to the District 2 detective who had previously assisted her parents in the search. 

Frauds – All Others

12/13/11 – At about 1 p.m., officers responded to a larceny in progress at the People’s United Bank, located at 86 Massachusetts Ave.

On arrival, police spoke with the bank’s assistant vice president, who stated that an individual attempted to cash a cashier’s check in the amount of $2,850. She further stated that the check number wasn’t valid and the check was worthless.

The individual told police that she received the check from a male suspect for modeling services she provided for him. She also said she was supposed to cash the check and distribute the money to other models who worked on the project. The individual offered to provide police with e-mail between her and the male suspect detailing the transaction.

Larceny, Pickpocket, $50 to $199

12/17/11 – At about 6:45 p.m., a victim walked into Area A-1 headquarters and reported she was at Wendy’s, located at 551 Boylston St., at around 4 p.m. At that time, she placed her purse on the back of her chair while she was eating. She realized several minutes later that unknown individual(s) had removed her wallet from her purse.

It was unknown whether the incident was caught on surveillance video.

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