North Adams Police: Christmas Ornaments Being Stolen
Staff Reports On: 03:29PM / Monday November 28, 2011
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Better watch out or you'll be pouting.
Christmas ornaments across the city were stolen in the wee hours of Monday morning. Police say three homes on East Main Street, between Gallup Street and Union Street, had decorations stolen off their lawn and two iBerkshires employees, one who lives on Curran Highway in Adams and another who lives on Porter Street, are reporting the same.
Residents who reported the crime told police that there were between six to eight people leaving the area and that an SUV, possibly silver, was also involved. The first report came in just after midnight, police said.
Adams Police have not received any reports of missing decorations.
Any information regarding the stolen items should be reported to the North Adams Police Department at email@example.com.
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