Needham Police were called to Dunkin’ Donuts, 1203 Highland Ave. on Monday, Oct. 22 at 5:40 a.m. for the report of a break-in. During an investigation, it was determined that about $3,000 had been stolen from the business. Police are investigating.
Other incidents included in the Oct. 30 Needham Police reports:
Tradesman Trying to Find Work Calls Repeatedly
Police responded to an Arlington Street business on Monday, Oct. 22 for the report of harassing phone calls. The reporting party told police he worked at a temp agency and helped out-of-work tradesmen find work. One of the people he was trying to help had reportedly gotten upset when the individual was unable to find the man some work—calling more than 25 times over 45 minutes. The employee was advised of his legal options.
Spoiler Stolen from Resident’s Stock Car
A Central Avenue resident called police on Monday, Oct. 22 at 9 a.m. to report larceny of motor vehicle parts. The man told police that an unknown person had taken a carbon fiber spoiler assembly from the rear of his modified stock car.
Suspicious Calls About Package Pick-up
A Second Avenue resident reported suspicious phone calls on Saturday, Oct. 20. The resident told police that an unknown person had called about picking up a package at another location. That matter is being investigated.
Copper Stolen on Cabot Street
Copper was reported stolen from AT&T at 141 Cabot St. on Monday, Oct. 22 at around 1:56 p.m. An employee told police the theft had occurred sometime over the past three weeks. The amount of copper taken was unknown. The matter remains under investigation.
Charles River Center Resident Goes Missing
A resident of the Charles River Center was reported missing on Tuesday, Oct. 23 at around 8:10 p.m. After an extensive search, police located the individual safe nearby.
Minor Crash on 128N Off-Ramp
Police responded to a minor motor vehicle crash on the off ramp of 128 North at exit 19A on Tuesday, Oct. 23 at around 9:23 a.m. The driver of one vehicle reportedly rear-ended another vehicle. The first driver was cited for failure to use care when stopping. There were no injuries, and minor damage was done to both vehicles.