Department News

Recovered Stolen Property

On November 29, 2012 Officers of the Tyngsborough Police Department executed a search warrant at
304 Lowell Road in Dunstable. The search warrant was obtained after an investigation into the theft of a1969
Tucker Snow Cat. This antique snow cat was stolen earlier this year from 30 Progress Ave which is the
location of New England Transit. The Snow Cat was recovered at this property by the Tyngsborough Police
and was subsequently returned to its owner.

Edward Kloucek, 40 yrs old of Dunstable, will be charged with Larceny over $250.

Released by; Lt. Richard D. Howe



Residential Break

On Thursday November 15th, sometime between 8:30am and 12:30pm a residence was broken into on Lawrence Road.  The perpetrator attempted to pry open the side basement door and kitchen door however were unsuccessful.  The perpetrator then used a wheel barrel located in the backyard to get themselves high enough to reach a rear window which was open, the perpetrator pushed in the screen and made entry.  Stolen was a 42″ Sanyo LCD flat panel television that had been in the living room.

A neighbor had observed a Navy blue Honda , possibly a Civic,  parked on the street at approximately 9:15 in the morning.  The vehicle was occupied by a white male, described as mid to late 20’s, medium brown hair cut very short, long thin face, very pale and was clean shaven.  The police were not called.

Anyone who may have information regarding this break is asked to contact Det./Sgt. Mark Bourque.  Also we are requesting that citizens who observe suspicious vehicles or persons to please call the Police Department.   There have been numerous residential breaks over the last couple months, these suspects usually do some type of surveillance of the area prior to committing a break.

Released by;  Lt. Rich Howe

Residential Breaks investigation

The Tyngsborough Police Department Detective Unit, working with other area law enforcement agencies for the past couple weeks have identified two subjects who are now suspects in the October residential breaks on Bridget Ave. and Bridle Path. As a result of this investigation numerous items belonging to these homeowners have been recovered. An investigation is continuing with the goal of recovering additional property, criminal charges will follow. If you have any information which may assist this investigation please contact Lt. Rich Howe or Det/Sgt. Mark Bourque.


Released by;  Lt. Rich Howe


2012 November 2 Motor Vehicle Break

On November 2nd at 5:55AM the Tyngsborough Police received a report of 3 masked men trying to break into a car in Dunkin Donuts parking lot.   Witnesses described the suspects using a carjack to break the window then reach in and take some items and flee the scene.  The suspects fled prior to the officers arrival and witnesses described the suspect vehicle as a White Mitsubishi Eclipse with NH plates.

The victim is from North Andover Mass and the vehicle is a  2009 BMW 328I, stolen was a backpack with money and assorted credit cards and personal items.

Hudson Police Department found the vehicle and two suspects and the investigation is ongoing.

Released by: Deputy Chief Burrows