Case Feed http://www.rimostwanted.org Providing updated case feed Case ID 26792 <p>The Providence Police Department is attempting to identify a suspect involved in a breaking and entering into a Financial District business in the downtown area.</p> <p>On Thursday, 11/5/20, at approximately 1:29 PM, the suspect in the photos broke into a business and also stole a purse containing a credit card which was used by the suspect shortly after the B&amp;E in Seekonk, MA.</p> <p>The suspect was observed walking from the Financial District (Turks Head Building) toward Kennedy Plaza.&nbsp; He is described as an older African American male with a mustache wearing a dark blue hat with a Polo emblem, striped shirt, gray vest, and tan pants.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26788 <p>The Bellingham MA Police Department&nbsp;is looking for two suspects wanted for and armed robbery (knife) that occurred at Bellingham Stop &amp; Shop, 70 Pulaski Blvd.&nbsp;</p> <p>On Monday 11/2/2020 at approx. 6:18 PM,&nbsp;the suspects walked into the store and approached the service desk, displayed a large knife, and demanded money. The suspects got away with an undetermined amount of money.</p> <p>Suspect #1: Described as heavy-set/stocky W/M, about 5&rsquo; 5&rdquo; who was wearing grey sweatpants, blue bandana and a green sweatshirt that said, &ldquo;Money To Burn.&rdquo;</p> <p>Suspect #2: Described as a medium built Male, 5&rdquo;10&rdquo; who was wearing black sneaker, dark gray sweatpants and black sweatshirt.</p> <p>The suspect vehicle is described as a white 2005-2008&nbsp;Acura RL with tinted windows and sunroof.&nbsp; It was last seen heading toward Woonsocket, R.I.</p> Case ID 26788 <p>The Bellingham MA Police Department&nbsp;is looking for two suspects wanted for and armed robbery (knife) that occurred at Bellingham Stop &amp; Shop, 70 Pulaski Blvd.&nbsp;</p> <p>On Monday 11/2/2020 at approx. 6:18 PM,&nbsp;the suspects walked into the store and approached the service desk, displayed a large knife, and demanded money. The suspects got away with an undetermined amount of money.</p> <p>Suspect #1: Described as heavy-set/stocky W/M, about 5&rsquo; 5&rdquo; who was wearing grey sweatpants, blue bandana and a green sweatshirt that said, &ldquo;Money To Burn.&rdquo;</p> <p>Suspect #2: Described as a medium built Male, 5&rdquo;10&rdquo; who was wearing black sneaker, dark gray sweatpants and black sweatshirt.</p> <p>The suspect vehicle is described as a white 2005-2008&nbsp;Acura RL with tinted windows and sunroof.&nbsp; It was last seen heading toward Woonsocket, R.I.</p> Case ID 26786 <p>The North Attleboro Police Department is attempting to identify a suspect who committed an armed robbery at Shaw&#39;s Market, 11 Toner Blvd., North Attleboro, MA.</p> <p>On Friday, 10/30/20,&nbsp;at approximately 5:30 PM,&nbsp;a suspect entered Shaw&#39;s&nbsp;and approached the clerk at the customer service desk to purchase a piece of fruit which he had in his hand. While&nbsp;&nbsp;waiting for the clerk, the suspect brandished a knife and demanded cash or the clerk would die.</p> <p>The suspect was described as a white male being short and stocky, about 4&#39;10&quot; to 5&#39;0&quot;, with large thighs. The suspect was wearing a red hoody with tan pants, black mask, black baseball cap with a white logo in the center, and&nbsp;blue latex gloves.</p> <p>The suspect fled the store from the main entrance with an undetermined&nbsp;amount of cash.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong><span style="color:#FF0000">CAPTURED:</span></strong></p> <p>On 11/12/20, a suspect in this case was identified and arrested by Massachusetts State Police along with Bridgewater MA Police after a vehicle pursuit.&nbsp; The suspect was identified as:</p> <p><strong>JUSTIN W. O&#39;CONNELL (36)</strong> with a last known address in Brockton, MA.</p> <p><strong>NOTE: </strong>This suspect was involved in several other similar incidents with another female suspect.</p> Case ID 26784 <p>The North Attleboro MA Police Department is attempting to identify a suspect involved in&nbsp;several motor vehicle thefts near the Route 1 area.</p> <p>On Tuesday, 10/27/20&nbsp;at approximately10:13 PM, police were called to&nbsp;BJ&#39;s Brewhouse, 1174 S. Washington St&nbsp;(near Route 1) for a report of 4&nbsp;car larcenies. At the same time, there was also a report of a suspicious vehicle at the North Bowl at 71 E Washington St, a short distance away.</p> <p>Witnesses at this location observed a white male suspect described as being in his 30&#39;s, approximately 5&#39;9&quot; to 5&#39;10&quot;, with a beard, wearing a black face mask, white hat, black shoes, gray hoodie and jeans.&nbsp; The suspect was observed walking through the parking lot with a flashlight looking in several vehicles.&nbsp; The witnesses observed the suspect discard a backpack, which was later found to contain stolen property belonging to the theft victims at BJ&#39;s Brewhouse.</p> <p>The suspect vehicle&nbsp;was described as an older model Lexus, dark in color, 4 door, with&nbsp;a sunroof and 2 red stickers&nbsp;attached to the upper portion of the windshield.&nbsp; The vehicle was bearing an unknown R.I. registration. The suspect vehicle fled the area driving northbound on Route 1 after driving over a curb.</p> Case ID 26782 <p>The Warwick Police Department is attempting to identify a male suspect involved in a fraudulent check cashing scam that occurred at the Citizens Bank inside Super Stop &amp; Shop in Warwick.</p> <p>On 09/14/2020, the male suspect depicted in the attached photographs attempted to cash a fraudulent check using a fraudulent license at the Citizens Bank in Stop and Shop, 575 Greenwich Avenue, Warwick, RI.</p> <p>The person may also be involved in additional cases throughout the region to include, North Kingstown, Cranston and Natick, MA.</p> <p><span style="color:#0000FF"><strong>IDENTIFIED:</strong></span></p> <p>On 10/13/2020, the Warwick Police Department identified the suspect in this case as:</p> <p><strong>MATTHEW FATH (33)</strong> from West Warwick, R.I.&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26780 <p>The Warwick Police Department is attempting to locate the following suspect who is wanted for Domestic Felony Assault, Breaking &amp; Entering, Violation of a No Contact Order, and Violation of Probation.</p> <p><font color="#0000ff"><strong>WANTED / IDENTIFIED:</strong></font></p> <p>The suspect is identified as:</p> <p><strong>GREGORY WARD (37)</strong> with a last known address in Warwick, R.I.</p> <p><strong>WARD </strong>had been recently released from the ACI in August on similar charges.</p> Case ID 26778 <p>The Rhode Island State Police (Wickford Barracks) is attempting to identify a male suspect who is involved in the theft and fraudulent use of a credit card that was reported stolen from Dave&#39;s Market, 1000 Division St., East Greenwich, RI.</p> <p>On Wednesday, August 26, 2020, the victim reported losing his card while shopping at Dave&#39;s Market in East Greenwich.&nbsp; The victim then reports 3 fraudulent purchases were made shortly just after 5 PM:</p> <p>House of Liquor, 549 Quaker Ln, West Warwick</p> <p>Centerville Liquors, 287 Legris Ave, West Warwick</p> <p>Haxton Liquors, 1123 Bald Hill Rd, Warwick</p> <p>Two attempts were also made at the Shell gas station at 1190 Quaker Ln, Warwick.</p> <p>The male suspect is described as a black male with long dreadlocks wearing a full N95 mask.&nbsp; The suspect got into an older model white Ford Escort sedan.</p> Case ID 26776 <p>The Warwick Police Department is attempting to identify a female suspect involved in an identity theft and fraudulent use of credit cards that occurred at Macy&#39;s and Dick&#39;s Sporting Goods in Warwick.</p> <p>On Friday, 8/28/20, a heavy set&nbsp;female suspect&nbsp;attempted to open a Macy&#39;s charge card in the name of a female victim. The application was denied. It is believed the same suspect then went to Dick&#39;s Sporting Goods where she was successful in opening a store charge card and fraudulently purchased&nbsp;approximately&nbsp;$900.00 in merchandise.</p> <p>This same suspect&nbsp;is also believed to have hit two additional Dick&#39;s Sporting Goods stores in MA for a and fraudulently charged&nbsp;$2400.00 in assorted merchandise.</p> Case ID 26772 <p>On September 10, 2020, at approximately 7:10 PM,&nbsp;a male and female suspect walked through the self checkout at Walmart Supercenter, located at 1470 S. Washington Street, North Attleborough, MA, with over $500.00 dollars worth of merchandise without paying for the items.&nbsp; Upon being approached by store loss prevention personnel, the suspects fled from the store and departed the area in a silver colored SUV possibly bearing RI&nbsp;registration plates.</p> <p>On August 11, 2020, the same two suspects, along with another male suspect, committed a similar crime and fled the area in vehicle bearing Rhode Island registration CP-176.&nbsp; North Attleborough Police are seeking any information that will help identify any of the three suspects in question.</p> Case ID 26772 <p>On September 10, 2020, at approximately 7:10 PM,&nbsp;a male and female suspect walked through the self checkout at Walmart Supercenter, located at 1470 S. Washington Street, North Attleborough, MA, with over $500.00 dollars worth of merchandise without paying for the items.&nbsp; Upon being approached by store loss prevention personnel, the suspects fled from the store and departed the area in a silver colored SUV possibly bearing RI&nbsp;registration plates.</p> <p>On August 11, 2020, the same two suspects, along with another male suspect, committed a similar crime and fled the area in vehicle bearing Rhode Island registration CP-176.&nbsp; North Attleborough Police are seeking any information that will help identify any of the three suspects in question.</p> Case ID 26772 <p>On September 10, 2020, at approximately 7:10 PM,&nbsp;a male and female suspect walked through the self checkout at Walmart Supercenter, located at 1470 S. Washington Street, North Attleborough, MA, with over $500.00 dollars worth of merchandise without paying for the items.&nbsp; Upon being approached by store loss prevention personnel, the suspects fled from the store and departed the area in a silver colored SUV possibly bearing RI&nbsp;registration plates.</p> <p>On August 11, 2020, the same two suspects, along with another male suspect, committed a similar crime and fled the area in vehicle bearing Rhode Island registration CP-176.&nbsp; North Attleborough Police are seeking any information that will help identify any of the three suspects in question.</p> Case ID 26770 <p>The Seekonk Police Department is attempting to identify a male suspect who threatened to shoot a juvenile female Seekonk, MA.</p> <p>On Labor Day, 9/7/20, the&nbsp;male suspect became involved in an verbal argument with a female juvenile and then followed her to the Target Store, 73 Commerce Way.&nbsp; He then brandished a firearm and&nbsp;threatened to shoot her with what he said was a &#39;licensed gun&quot;.</p> <p>Prior to the incident, the suspect had been shopping at&nbsp;Walmart, 1180 Fall River Ave.</p> <p>The suspect was wearing black gym shorts, a black &quot;Notorious&quot; rap singer t-shirt, black sneakers, and a black Yankees baseball cap.&nbsp; He was also wearing a black face mask over what appears to be a light beard.&nbsp; The suspect appears to have&nbsp;a large tattoo on his right calf.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26768 <p>The Attleboro Police Department is attempting to identify a male suspect involved in the theft and fraudulent use of stolen credit cards that occurred at the CVS, 835 Newport Ave, Attleboro, MA.</p> <p>The male suspect used stolen credit cards at numerous locations in Attleboro, MA, and then Pawtucket, RI, and Seekonk, MA.&nbsp; One of the stolen credit cards was also used at Newport Pizza, 1100 Newport Ave.&nbsp; A vehicle the suspect was operating was seen leaving one of the locations.</p> <p>The suspect has smaller sized tattoos on both arms and wrists.</p> Case ID 26762 <p>The Smithfield Police is attempting to identify 3 suspects involved in the theft of a wallet at Dave&#39;s Market and fraudulent use of credit cards at Target a short time later.</p> <p>On Saturday, 8/8/20, the victim&nbsp;stated her wallet was stolen out of her purse while shopping at Dave&#39;s Market. It was learned that her credit cards were used a short time later&nbsp;at the Target within the same plaza.&nbsp; The suspects allegedly purchased $1029.92 worth of gift cards.</p> <p>It appears three males were involved with a well-orchestrated plan where suspect #1 took the wallet out of the victim&#39;s cart while the other two stood watch. Suspect #3 later used the cards at Target. They were observed arriving and leaving in a white SUV. They also changed their clothing while in the SUV.</p> <p>Suspect #1: White male, heavy set, 30-40s, white plaid shirt, tan pants, grey flag with an American flag, brown hair with a possible man bun, possible tattoo on the inside left forearm.&nbsp;</p> <p>Suspect #2: White male, orange plaid shirt, black shorts, black scally cap, arm brace to the right arm, possible tattoo on the inside left forearm.</p> <p>Suspect #3: White male, medium build, blue collared shirt, shorts, red/white/blue baseball hat, red face mask.</p> <p>These suspects may be involved in an organized criminal ring operating in the region.</p> Case ID 26762 <p>The Smithfield Police is attempting to identify 3 suspects involved in the theft of a wallet at Dave&#39;s Market and fraudulent use of credit cards at Target a short time later.</p> <p>On Saturday, 8/8/20, the victim&nbsp;stated her wallet was stolen out of her purse while shopping at Dave&#39;s Market. It was learned that her credit cards were used a short time later&nbsp;at the Target within the same plaza.&nbsp; The suspects allegedly purchased $1029.92 worth of gift cards.</p> <p>It appears three males were involved with a well-orchestrated plan where suspect #1 took the wallet out of the victim&#39;s cart while the other two stood watch. Suspect #3 later used the cards at Target. They were observed arriving and leaving in a white SUV. They also changed their clothing while in the SUV.</p> <p>Suspect #1: White male, heavy set, 30-40s, white plaid shirt, tan pants, grey flag with an American flag, brown hair with a possible man bun, possible tattoo on the inside left forearm.&nbsp;</p> <p>Suspect #2: White male, orange plaid shirt, black shorts, black scally cap, arm brace to the right arm, possible tattoo on the inside left forearm.</p> <p>Suspect #3: White male, medium build, blue collared shirt, shorts, red/white/blue baseball hat, red face mask.</p> <p>These suspects may be involved in an organized criminal ring operating in the region.</p> Case ID 26762 <p>The Smithfield Police is attempting to identify 3 suspects involved in the theft of a wallet at Dave&#39;s Market and fraudulent use of credit cards at Target a short time later.</p> <p>On Saturday, 8/8/20, the victim&nbsp;stated her wallet was stolen out of her purse while shopping at Dave&#39;s Market. It was learned that her credit cards were used a short time later&nbsp;at the Target within the same plaza.&nbsp; The suspects allegedly purchased $1029.92 worth of gift cards.</p> <p>It appears three males were involved with a well-orchestrated plan where suspect #1 took the wallet out of the victim&#39;s cart while the other two stood watch. Suspect #3 later used the cards at Target. They were observed arriving and leaving in a white SUV. They also changed their clothing while in the SUV.</p> <p>Suspect #1: White male, heavy set, 30-40s, white plaid shirt, tan pants, grey flag with an American flag, brown hair with a possible man bun, possible tattoo on the inside left forearm.&nbsp;</p> <p>Suspect #2: White male, orange plaid shirt, black shorts, black scally cap, arm brace to the right arm, possible tattoo on the inside left forearm.</p> <p>Suspect #3: White male, medium build, blue collared shirt, shorts, red/white/blue baseball hat, red face mask.</p> <p>These suspects may be involved in an organized criminal ring operating in the region.</p> Case ID 26758 <p>The Middletown Police Department is attempting to identify three suspected shoplifters that have been hitting Ulta Beauty Stores.</p> <p>On Friday, 7/31/20, at approximately 5:30 PM, three suspects walked into the Ulta Beauty Store located at 1307 W Main Rd in&nbsp;Middletown.&nbsp; The suspects began placing numerous&nbsp;items into their bags. Even after the suspects&nbsp;were confronted by store staff, they continued to take items from the displays. The individuals then walked out of the store and got into a newer model dark colored Volkswagen sedan with a partial registration plate of 860. The total loss of merchandise was over $3000.00.</p> <p>Approximately one hour later, it was learned that the same suspects committed a similar offense at&nbsp;the Ulta Beauty at 1350 Bald Hill Rd, Warwick.&nbsp; The suspects completed the theft&nbsp;and fled, similar to the Middletown incident.</p> <p>These suspects are more than likely involved in other similar crimes in the region.</p> <p><span style="color:#FF0000"><strong>CAPTURED:</strong></span></p> <p>The Middletown Police Department has identified the suspects in this case as:</p> <p>#1:<strong>&nbsp; AMIYNA ADAMS (30) </strong>of Hartford, CT.</p> <p>#2:<strong>&nbsp; KYRONNE WILLIAMS (36) </strong>of Seekonk, MA.</p> <p>#3:<strong>&nbsp; DENAISHA STEPHENSON (28) o</strong>f Hartford, CT.</p> <p>Suspects 1 &amp; 2 are being held in Massachusetts, while Suspect 3 was charged in R.I.&nbsp; The suspects were captured by Seekonk MA Police after allegedly&nbsp;stealing nearly $10,000.00 worth of merchandise at the Ulta Beauty retail shop in Seekonk, MA.</p> Case ID 26758 <p>The Middletown Police Department is attempting to identify three suspected shoplifters that have been hitting Ulta Beauty Stores.</p> <p>On Friday, 7/31/20, at approximately 5:30 PM, three suspects walked into the Ulta Beauty Store located at 1307 W Main Rd in&nbsp;Middletown.&nbsp; The suspects began placing numerous&nbsp;items into their bags. Even after the suspects&nbsp;were confronted by store staff, they continued to take items from the displays. The individuals then walked out of the store and got into a newer model dark colored Volkswagen sedan with a partial registration plate of 860. The total loss of merchandise was over $3000.00.</p> <p>Approximately one hour later, it was learned that the same suspects committed a similar offense at&nbsp;the Ulta Beauty at 1350 Bald Hill Rd, Warwick.&nbsp; The suspects completed the theft&nbsp;and fled, similar to the Middletown incident.</p> <p>These suspects are more than likely involved in other similar crimes in the region.</p> <p><span style="color:#FF0000"><strong>CAPTURED:</strong></span></p> <p>The Middletown Police Department has identified the suspects in this case as:</p> <p>#1:<strong>&nbsp; AMIYNA ADAMS (30) </strong>of Hartford, CT.</p> <p>#2:<strong>&nbsp; KYRONNE WILLIAMS (36) </strong>of Seekonk, MA.</p> <p>#3:<strong>&nbsp; DENAISHA STEPHENSON (28) o</strong>f Hartford, CT.</p> <p>Suspects 1 &amp; 2 are being held in Massachusetts, while Suspect 3 was charged in R.I.&nbsp; The suspects were captured by Seekonk MA Police after allegedly&nbsp;stealing nearly $10,000.00 worth of merchandise at the Ulta Beauty retail shop in Seekonk, MA.</p> Case ID 26758 <p>The Middletown Police Department is attempting to identify three suspected shoplifters that have been hitting Ulta Beauty Stores.</p> <p>On Friday, 7/31/20, at approximately 5:30 PM, three suspects walked into the Ulta Beauty Store located at 1307 W Main Rd in&nbsp;Middletown.&nbsp; The suspects began placing numerous&nbsp;items into their bags. Even after the suspects&nbsp;were confronted by store staff, they continued to take items from the displays. The individuals then walked out of the store and got into a newer model dark colored Volkswagen sedan with a partial registration plate of 860. The total loss of merchandise was over $3000.00.</p> <p>Approximately one hour later, it was learned that the same suspects committed a similar offense at&nbsp;the Ulta Beauty at 1350 Bald Hill Rd, Warwick.&nbsp; The suspects completed the theft&nbsp;and fled, similar to the Middletown incident.</p> <p>These suspects are more than likely involved in other similar crimes in the region.</p> <p><span style="color:#FF0000"><strong>CAPTURED:</strong></span></p> <p>The Middletown Police Department has identified the suspects in this case as:</p> <p>#1:<strong>&nbsp; AMIYNA ADAMS (30) </strong>of Hartford, CT.</p> <p>#2:<strong>&nbsp; KYRONNE WILLIAMS (36) </strong>of Seekonk, MA.</p> <p>#3:<strong>&nbsp; DENAISHA STEPHENSON (28) o</strong>f Hartford, CT.</p> <p>Suspects 1 &amp; 2 are being held in Massachusetts, while Suspect 3 was charged in R.I.&nbsp; The suspects were captured by Seekonk MA Police after allegedly&nbsp;stealing nearly $10,000.00 worth of merchandise at the Ulta Beauty retail shop in Seekonk, MA.</p> Case ID 26754 <p>The Westerly Police Department is attempting to identify 3 suspects involved in a credit card fraud that took place at the Walgreen&#39;s in Westerly, R.I.</p> <p>On Saturday, 7/18/20, around noontime, 3 dark skinned male suspects entered the Walgreen&#39;s and fraudulently purchased over $1600.00 worth of gift cards and merchandise using fraudulent credit cards.</p> <p>The three suspects left in a 2020 Ford Omnibus bearing NY Reg JKE6317 which is registered to a rental car company.</p>