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Northborough Police seek suspect after breaking and entering

Northborough – The Northborough Police Department has released a press statement about a breaking and entering that occurred Jan. 16:

On 1/16/13 at approximately 2017 hours, the Northborough Police received a report of a breaking and entering which had just occurred at a residence in which the homeowner was present. Police responded, set up a perimeter, and checked the home and area for suspects. No suspects were located in the home or area.

The victim reported hearing “three thumps,” turned on a light, and then called a neighbor to check the house. The neighbor discovered a rear door kicked in and the police were called at that time. It is believed the suspect left the residence immediately, without taking anything, after realizing someone was home.

A state police tacking dog was summoned to the scene. Results of the track, possible information provided by witnesses, and possible evidence recovered at the scene are not being mentioned due to the fact this is an ongoing investigation.

If anyone recalls seeing any suspicious persons walking or any vehicles parked out of ordinary in the immediate vicinity of the intersection of Davis Street and Southwest Cutoff (Route 20), they are encouraged to call the Northborough Police at 508-393-1515.

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