Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Alert from the Bridgewater Police Department

The Bridgewater Police Department is currently informing all residents to be aware of a suspicious person described as a white male, in his 20s, who has been carrying a dog leash. This party has been knocking on household doors reporting that he has lost his dog. 

This male is currently not wanted in any specific crime, but the Bridgewater Police Department would like to use this opportunity to caution all residents receiving unsolicited visitors, even those asking to use the phone, especially during the day.  It is a common practice for criminals to use a ruse in an attempt to determine if a house is occupied. 

The Bridgewater Police Department would also like to remind all residents to bring in any packages that are delivered during this holiday season as soon as possible and to set the house alarm, even if leaving for a short period of time.  If possible, leave a car in the driveway and as always, lock your house and cars, and never leave valuables or the car keys in your vehicles.

Report any suspicious persons who appear out of place in your neighborhood to the Police Department at (508) 697-6118.

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