Police: A Hacking and a Suspicious Dog Owner

The following information was provided by the Bedford Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.


Thursday Nov. 15

11:17 a.m.- The Bedford Police Department received a call from a resident of Fox Run Road reporting several vehicles using Fox Run Road to park and access Middlesex Community College. MCC Security was notified. 

11:29 a.m.- Police received a call from Middlesex Savings Bank reporting a suspicious male in his 30s dressed in jeans and a sweatshirt loitering behind their building. Responding officers spoke with the individual who reported he was having a coffee and cigarette.

11:57 a.m.- A resident of Meadowbrook Road reported two white males in their 20s were in her driveway in a blue sedan. One banged on her door and she did not answer. The individual went to her back yard where the reporting person confronted him. He said he was looking for his dog. The two men then left in their car, heading for Route 62. Officers were dispatched but were unable to locate the vehicle.

12:48 p.m.- An employee of Marshalls called to report a past larceny. 

8:14 p.m.- A resident of Pine Hill Road called to request to speak with an officer concerning their son leaving their home against his father's wishes. An officer located the youth and transported him home.

Friday, Nov. 16

5:55 a.m.- A caller reported wires down near Concord Road at Davis Road. The caller reported the wire had struck him, but he was uninjured. The responding officer reported a cable wire was down.

8:05 a.m.- A Bedford High School student came into the police station to report their cellphone had been stolen at school.

8:15 p.m.- A caller reported a problem with the Bedford Public School's website. The website had been hacked. Police notified Superintendent Jon Sills. 

9:12 p.m.- An individual came into the police station to report an unattended seven or eight year old sitting on the side of Page Road. Officers checked the area but could not find the child.


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