WILMINGTON, MA — 46 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log last Monday, April 20.
Here are EIGHT highlights:
- A resident calls to report that her cat “Tiny” is missing. She let the cat out approximately 4pm-5pm on Sunday, April 19, and the cat didn’t return. Cat described as small gray and white cat, medium length fur, with a pink collar. Cat is tagged and micro-chipped. (7:05am)
- A Marcia Road resident reports their car was broken into overnight. Car was unlocked. A GPS was taken. (9:15am)
- A Federal Street resident reports malicious damage was done to their mailbox on Saturday night, between 11pm-11:30pm. (9:56am)
- A caller reports a male teen appears to have placed several items on the railroad track. Police investigate and two coins were placed on the tracks. Coins are removed. Police follow the teen back to his home and speak with his parents. (10:16am)
- A Burlington Avenue resident reports that someone claiming to be from the IRS called and threatened to have her arrested if she didn’t give them money. (1:54pm) An Andover Street resident reports a false IRS call and wanted the incident logged. (11:58am)
- A female customer inside the Rite Aid on Main Street states she was threatened by a male customer who she believes is now outside the store. When police arrived, the male customer was gone. (2:08pm)
- A North Street resident reports their call was broken into overnight and their vehicle registration is missing. (2:08pm)
DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.