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Westborough police arrest two suspects in jewelry thefts

Westborough – Chief Alan Gordon released this press release this morning regarding recent criminal activity in the town -

On April 22nd, the Westborough Police Department investigated a house break on Adams St in which a large amount of jewelry was stolen.

On April 14th, the Westborough Police Department received a report from the loss prevention of Stop and Shop on Lyman St., reporting that $448 worth of packaged meat had been stolen by two male suspects. Surveillance video of the two suspects allowed the Detectives to identify them as Schuyler D. Gibson, age 28 of 39 Vernon St. Worcester and Brian E. Gernrich, age 44 of 5 S. Cambridge St. Worcester. Both are former Westborough residents.

A further investigation by Westborough detectives led them to a jewelry store in the Solomon Pond Mall in Marlborough. Jewelry that had been stolen in the Adams St. house break had been cashed in at that location. The two suspects who cashed in the jewelry were identified as Schuyler D. Gibson and Kevin T. Donnelly, age 22 of 46 Londonderry Rd. Grafton. Donnelly is also a former Westborough resident.

Gibson was arrested on 4/25 in Worcester by Worcester and Westborough Detectives. Gernrich was later arrested by Worcester Detectives.  They have been arraigned in WDC already. Gibson has been charged with Larceny over $250 for the theft at Stop and Shop, Larceny over $250 for the theft on Adams St. and Breaking and Entering in the daytime.

Gernrich was charged with larceny over $250 for the items from Stop and Shop. Donnelly is being summoned to WDC for receiving stolen property and being an accessory before and after the fact.

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