Department News


Business Breaking and Entering on Nov 28

On November 27th at 9:57pm the police department responded to the Liquor Shop #440 Middlesex Road in
the T.J.Maxx Plaza for a burglar alarm. Officers arrived and found the rear door open, upon checking the
building it appears the suspects stole a large amount of cigarettes. Surveillance video shows three suspects
wearing dark clothing driving a 4door dark colored vehicle enter the rear of the building. The video is being
processed and photos will be distributed when available.

Det. Sgt. Bourque is working closely with Pelham detectives because they had a similar break Saturday night.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Tyngsborough Police Department.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Release Date: November 28, 2011

Breaking & Entering Dunstable and Constantine Roads

On November 8, 2011 at 11:23PM Tyngsborough Police officers responded to Dunstable Road for a report of a resident reporting someone had broken into his vehicle.
Officers arrived in the area and found two subjects walking on Constantine Drive, after a brief investigation the two were arrested for multiple charges.
Arrested were:
Sean P. McGrath, 19yrs old of 561 Westford Street Lowell.

(3) counts Breaking and Entering Motor Vehicle Nighttime Felony

(4) counts Larceny under $250 Using M/V without authority Operating after License Suspended

16yr old Pepperell Male.

(3) counts Breaking and Entering Motor Vehicle Nighttime Felony

(4) counts Larceny under $250

The resident stated his dog alerted him to something in the yard and when he looked out he saw the interior lights on in his vehicle and he notified police.

After checking the area police officers found the subjects and the vehicle they had been operating filled with stolen property, GPS, jewelry, electronics, cords cash and loose change. A check of the neighborhood discovered other vehicles that had been entered on Dunstable Road and Constantine Drive. The vehicles entered had been left unlocked.
All residents in that area should check their vehicles and call the Tyngsborough Police Department at 978-649-7504 if they discover their vehicle has been broken into.
**Residents are reminded to lock their vehicles and not leave valuables in them at night**

Deputy Chief Richard Burrows

Nov 8 Car Breaking & Entering on Dunstable Road Leads to Arrests

On November 8, 2011 at 11:23PM Tyngsborough Police officers responded to Dunstable Road for a report of a resident reporting someone had broken into his vehicle.
Officers arrived in the area and found two subjects walking on Constantine Drive, after a brief investigation the two were arrested for multiple charges.
Arrested were:
Sean P. McGrath, 19yrs old of 561 Westford Street Lowell.

(3) counts Breaking and Entering Motor Vehicle Nighttime Felony

(4) counts Larceny under $250 Using M/V without authority Operating after License Suspended

16yr old Pepperell Male.

(3) counts Breaking and Entering Motor Vehicle Nighttime Felony

(4) counts Larceny under $250

The resident stated his dog alerted him to something in the yard and when he looked out he saw the interior lights on in his vehicle and he notified police.

After checking the area police officers found the subjects and the vehicle they had been operating filled with stolen property, GPS, jewelry, electronics, cords cash and loose change. A check of the neighborhood discovered other vehicles that had been entered on Dunstable Road and Constantine Drive. The vehicles entered had been left unlocked.
All residents in that area should check their vehicles and call the Tyngsborough Police Department at 978-649-7504 if they discover their vehicle has been broken into.
**Residents are reminded to lock their vehicles and not leave valuables in them at night**

 

Deputy Chief Richard Burrows