Case Feed http://www.rimostwanted.org Providing updated case feed Case ID 26957 <p>On 11/17/22 two suspects entered into the Dollar General store, presented their own gift card, and had it loaded&nbsp;for $500.00 .&nbsp; The suspects then left&nbsp;the store without paying,&nbsp;seen getting into a white SUV, unknown make, model, or registration.</p> Case ID 26957 <p>On 11/17/22 two suspects entered into the Dollar General store, presented their own gift card, and had it loaded&nbsp;for $500.00 .&nbsp; The suspects then left&nbsp;the store without paying,&nbsp;seen getting into a white SUV, unknown make, model, or registration.</p> Case ID 26950 <p>On Friday, November 11th, 2022, at approximately 1840 hours, Smithfield Police Officers were dispatched to 31 Austin Avenue for a an Attempted B&amp;E. The homeowner captured it on his RING Camera. The suspects appear to be two (2) males and one (1) female. They tried to gain entrance by prying open the front 1st floor windows and rear sliding glass door. There were small pry marks. The suspects arrived in a newer model grey/silver Ford Explorer from Putnam Pike (RT. 44).</p> Case ID 26950 <p>On Friday, November 11th, 2022, at approximately 1840 hours, Smithfield Police Officers were dispatched to 31 Austin Avenue for a an Attempted B&amp;E. The homeowner captured it on his RING Camera. The suspects appear to be two (2) males and one (1) female. They tried to gain entrance by prying open the front 1st floor windows and rear sliding glass door. There were small pry marks. The suspects arrived in a newer model grey/silver Ford Explorer from Putnam Pike (RT. 44).</p> Case ID 26950 <p>On Friday, November 11th, 2022, at approximately 1840 hours, Smithfield Police Officers were dispatched to 31 Austin Avenue for a an Attempted B&amp;E. The homeowner captured it on his RING Camera. The suspects appear to be two (2) males and one (1) female. They tried to gain entrance by prying open the front 1st floor windows and rear sliding glass door. There were small pry marks. The suspects arrived in a newer model grey/silver Ford Explorer from Putnam Pike (RT. 44).</p> Case ID 26948 <p>On September 21st, 2022, Smithfield Police responded to Target located at 371 Putnam Pike for a shoplifting complaint that occurred on September 14th at 11:45am. A black male suspect stole approximately $300 worth of merchandise (Heyday Headphones, Sony Speakers, and Skull Candy Headphones). The suspect got into a red Toyota Corolla, bearing RI Registration ZZ666 and left the scene. This vehicle was reported STOLEN on September 12th, 2022 in Pawtucket. Loss prevention stated that this suspect may be responsible for a similar shoplifting complaint at Target in North Attleboro, MA. Rhode Island Registration ZZ666 is seen a black Ford Taurus on 09/20 at 5:56pm on a FLOCK Camera in Pawtucket. The license plate is also see on a red Toyota on 09/14 at 11:25am at a FLOCK Camera in Smithfield.</p> Case ID 26944 <p>On Friday, August 12th, at approximately 11pm, a smash and grab occurred at Shop &amp; Go located at 99 Pleasant View Avenue, Smithfield. The suspect used a large wrench to break the glass on the front door to gain entrance. It appears the suspect only stole Newport Cigarettes. The suspect appears to be a stocky white male with a bald head and possibly a beard. He was operating a dark colored mini van or SUV.</p> Case ID 26942 <p>Unidentified female party stole and altered a check then cashed it under a false identity at Bank of America in Cranston, Rhode Island</p> Case ID 26940 <p>The pictured male suspect shoplifted over $360 worth of clothing from Kohl&rsquo;s. The suspect attempted to pay with a credit card, however it was declined. The suspect then took the clothes and ran out of the store, fleeing in a 2-door red pickup truck. The license plate attached on the truck was stolen off of another vehicle.&nbsp; Anyone with information is requested to contact the Seekonk Police Department.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26936 <p>On Sunday, June 12, 2022, Cranston Police investigated a break-in at the Calvitto&#39;s Bakery where the front door was smashed and the cash register stolen.&nbsp; Surveillance cameras at the bakery were able to capture the following images of the suspect.&nbsp; Anyone with any information is requested to contact the Cranston Police Department at 401-942-2211.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26934 <p>On April 30, 2022, Eric PEREIRA&nbsp;DOB: 4/26/1993,&nbsp;abused a 4 lb. Shih Tzu causing severe&nbsp;injuries to the canine.&nbsp;Remarkably the canine&nbsp;survived the injuries. PEREIRA has a lengthy criminal history in Massachusetts including a recent arrest for possession of a concealed firearm with a high capacity magazine and possession of narcotics. RISPCA is attempting to locate PEREIRA. If you have information of his&nbsp;whereabouts, please contact the RISPCA.&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26932 <p>Rhode State Police Hope Valley Barracks is investigating an unknown female that cashed checks and made withdrawal at Citizens Banks across Rhode Island fraudulently from July 29, 2021, to August 2, 2021. It was a Caucasian female with brown hair, usually tied back into a ponytail, operating an unknown registration black Toyota Camry. This suspect accessed the accounts using a stolen license from an early smash and grab from the victim&rsquo;s vehicle.</p> Case ID 26928 <p>On Monday, March 21, 2022, the three (3) males pictured here entered Target located at 79 Commerce Way in Seekonk, MA,&nbsp;and proceeded to the electronics section.&nbsp; One of the suspects (red jacket) asked an employee about Apple products in a locked case.&nbsp; As the employee was kneeling down unlocking the case, the other two suspects approached him.&nbsp; Once the case was opened, the suspects pushed the employee out of the way and proceeded to take $11,728.83 worth of iPads and apple products. The suspects then fled out of a fire exit door and entered a vehicle that was waiting.&nbsp; The only description provided for&nbsp;the vehicle was a dark colored sedan.&nbsp; Anyone with information is requested to contact the Seekonk Police Department at 508-336-8123 or Detective Brad Lucke at lucb@seekonkpd.com.&nbsp;<strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> Case ID 26928 <p>On Monday, March 21, 2022, the three (3) males pictured here entered Target located at 79 Commerce Way in Seekonk, MA,&nbsp;and proceeded to the electronics section.&nbsp; One of the suspects (red jacket) asked an employee about Apple products in a locked case.&nbsp; As the employee was kneeling down unlocking the case, the other two suspects approached him.&nbsp; Once the case was opened, the suspects pushed the employee out of the way and proceeded to take $11,728.83 worth of iPads and apple products. The suspects then fled out of a fire exit door and entered a vehicle that was waiting.&nbsp; The only description provided for&nbsp;the vehicle was a dark colored sedan.&nbsp; Anyone with information is requested to contact the Seekonk Police Department at 508-336-8123 or Detective Brad Lucke at lucb@seekonkpd.com.&nbsp;<strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> Case ID 26928 <p>On Monday, March 21, 2022, the three (3) males pictured here entered Target located at 79 Commerce Way in Seekonk, MA,&nbsp;and proceeded to the electronics section.&nbsp; One of the suspects (red jacket) asked an employee about Apple products in a locked case.&nbsp; As the employee was kneeling down unlocking the case, the other two suspects approached him.&nbsp; Once the case was opened, the suspects pushed the employee out of the way and proceeded to take $11,728.83 worth of iPads and apple products. The suspects then fled out of a fire exit door and entered a vehicle that was waiting.&nbsp; The only description provided for&nbsp;the vehicle was a dark colored sedan.&nbsp; Anyone with information is requested to contact the Seekonk Police Department at 508-336-8123 or Detective Brad Lucke at lucb@seekonkpd.com.&nbsp;<strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> Case ID 26926 <p>The East Providence Police Department is seeking the public&#39;s assistance in identifying the photographed female who is suspected of shoplifting&nbsp;several items from a Walgreens in their City.&nbsp; Anyone with information is requested to submit a tip or contact the East Providence Police Department at 401-435-7600.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26923 <p>Male and female suspect selected several pairs of clothing, concealing them in plastic bags. The approximately loss to the Gap was approximately $4000.00. These individuals passed all points of purchase without paying for the items</p> Case ID 26923 <p>Male and female suspect selected several pairs of clothing, concealing them in plastic bags. The approximately loss to the Gap was approximately $4000.00. These individuals passed all points of purchase without paying for the items</p> Case ID 26920 <p>Two females depicted in these photographs selected several pieces of Gap clothing valued at approximately $1500.00 and passed all points of purchase without rendering payment</p> Case ID 26920 <p>Two females depicted in these photographs selected several pieces of Gap clothing valued at approximately $1500.00 and passed all points of purchase without rendering payment</p> Case ID 26918 <p>Suspect entered location and concealed 4 bottles of Ciroc Vodka in a sweatshirt pocket before exiting the store. Management informed Officers last Sunday during inventory they noticed the same exact 4 bottled of Ciroc Vodka missing.</p>