Case Feed http://www.rimostwanted.org Providing updated case feed 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> 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> 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> Case ID 26752 <p>The United States Social Security Administration, Office of Inspector General, is attempting to locate a suspect identified to have involvement in a large multi-state bank fraud scheme.</p> <p>The suspect&#39;s&nbsp;whereabouts is currently unknown.</p> <p><span style="color:#0000FF"><strong>IDENTIFIED:</strong></span></p> <p><strong>FERNANDO DIAZ (32)</strong>, with a last known address in Haverhill, MA.&nbsp; The suspect is currently wanted for Conspiracy to Commit Bank Fraud.&nbsp; He has been known to stay in Lawrence, MA along with areas in the Bronx, NY.&nbsp; He has also spent time in Pawtucket, R.I.</p> <p>Multiple financial institutions&nbsp;RI, MA, NH and CT have sustained losses in the scheme involving fraudulent auto loans.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26747 <p>Members of the Johnston Police Detective Division are investigating multiple stolen vehicles, larceny of rims &amp; tires, and larcenies from vehicle, which have been occurring in the Killingly St. area. The latest incident occurred on 07/19/2020 at approximately 0342 hours at (Dijie Auto Sales.)</p> <p>Video surveillance depicted (4) four Black/Hispanic, possibly juveniles stealing the rims and tires from a Honda Accord parked for sale at the business stated located at 580 Killingly St. It is believed that these same individuals could be involved in the theft of four (4) stolen motor vehicles from our town, as well as several other criminal incidents&nbsp;reported in this same community which reflect the same type of criminal activity.</p> Case ID 26747 <p>Members of the Johnston Police Detective Division are investigating multiple stolen vehicles, larceny of rims &amp; tires, and larcenies from vehicle, which have been occurring in the Killingly St. area. The latest incident occurred on 07/19/2020 at approximately 0342 hours at (Dijie Auto Sales.)</p> <p>Video surveillance depicted (4) four Black/Hispanic, possibly juveniles stealing the rims and tires from a Honda Accord parked for sale at the business stated located at 580 Killingly St. It is believed that these same individuals could be involved in the theft of four (4) stolen motor vehicles from our town, as well as several other criminal incidents&nbsp;reported in this same community which reflect the same type of criminal activity.</p> Case ID 26747 <p>Members of the Johnston Police Detective Division are investigating multiple stolen vehicles, larceny of rims &amp; tires, and larcenies from vehicle, which have been occurring in the Killingly St. area. The latest incident occurred on 07/19/2020 at approximately 0342 hours at (Dijie Auto Sales.)</p> <p>Video surveillance depicted (4) four Black/Hispanic, possibly juveniles stealing the rims and tires from a Honda Accord parked for sale at the business stated located at 580 Killingly St. It is believed that these same individuals could be involved in the theft of four (4) stolen motor vehicles from our town, as well as several other criminal incidents&nbsp;reported in this same community which reflect the same type of criminal activity.</p> Case ID 26747 <p>Members of the Johnston Police Detective Division are investigating multiple stolen vehicles, larceny of rims &amp; tires, and larcenies from vehicle, which have been occurring in the Killingly St. area. The latest incident occurred on 07/19/2020 at approximately 0342 hours at (Dijie Auto Sales.)</p> <p>Video surveillance depicted (4) four Black/Hispanic, possibly juveniles stealing the rims and tires from a Honda Accord parked for sale at the business stated located at 580 Killingly St. It is believed that these same individuals could be involved in the theft of four (4) stolen motor vehicles from our town, as well as several other criminal incidents&nbsp;reported in this same community which reflect the same type of criminal activity.</p> Case ID 26745 <p>The North Attleboro MA Police Department is attempting to identify a suspect involved in the theft of a purse from a vehicle that occurred at the GameStop, 1250 S. Washington St., North Attleboro, MA.</p> <p>A male&nbsp;suspect then the victim&#39;s&nbsp;credit cards at several locations in North Attleboro, MA and East Providence (Rumford), R.I.</p>