Case Feed http://www.rimostwanted.org Providing updated case feed Case ID 26648 <p>On November 29, 2019 the Smithfield Police received a complaint regarding a larceny from TJ Maxx. Upon speaking to the victim, she stated she left her purse in the fitting room, but never left the store. The purse was found in the fitting room by the female in these photos and turned over to a TJ Maxx employee. The victim said when she got the purse back she was missing approximately $600 in cash she had just withdrawn from the Bank RI ATM. The female is described as being in her early 30&rsquo;s.</p> Case ID 26646 <p>The North Smithfield Police Department is attempting to identify a female suspect who committed an assault on an employee at McDonald&#39;s, 12 Eddie Dowling Highway, North Smithfield, R.I.</p> <p>On Sunday, 12/29/2019, at approximately 2:37 AM, a female suspect approached the drive thru window at McDonald&#39;s and began to get into a verbal argument with the McDonald&#39;s employee. During the argument the female suspect began assaulting the McDonald&#39;s worker.</p> <p>The suspect then fled the area in a dark colored sedan, unknown registration plates.</p> Case ID 26642 <p>The East Providence Police Department is attempting to identify three suspects involved in a breaking and entering into an apartment at the Stonegate Apartments located at 39 Bullocks Point Rd in the Riverside section of East Providence.</p> <p>On Sunday, 12/1/19, three suspects broke into the apartment and left in a black Audi SUV with unknown registration plates.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26642 <p>The East Providence Police Department is attempting to identify three suspects involved in a breaking and entering into an apartment at the Stonegate Apartments located at 39 Bullocks Point Rd in the Riverside section of East Providence.</p> <p>On Sunday, 12/1/19, three suspects broke into the apartment and left in a black Audi SUV with unknown registration plates.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26642 <p>The East Providence Police Department is attempting to identify three suspects involved in a breaking and entering into an apartment at the Stonegate Apartments located at 39 Bullocks Point Rd in the Riverside section of East Providence.</p> <p>On Sunday, 12/1/19, three suspects broke into the apartment and left in a black Audi SUV with unknown registration plates.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26640 <p>The Seekonk Police Department is attempting to identify a female suspect involved in a shoplifting incident at the Ulta Store at the Seekonk Square, 7 Commerce Way, Seekonk, MA.</p> <p>On Wednesday, 12/11/19,the following female suspect entered the Ulta store and concealed over $2,200 worth of merchandise both in her pocketbook as well as on her person.&nbsp; The suspect made no attempt to pay for any merchandise and left the store.</p> <p>It is believed this suspect has been involved in similar incidents in the region, possibly an organized theft ring.</p> Case ID 26638 <p>The ATF (Alcohol, Tobacco &amp; Firearms) is attempting to identify a male suspect who committed a B&amp;E and arson at the Sport Systems Bag Corporation, 44 Hazel St., Woonsocket, R.I.</p> <p>On Friday, 4/5/2019, at approximately 1:24 AM, the Woonsocket Fire Department responded to the business on a report of fire.&nbsp; Once extinguished, the R.I. State Fire Marshal&#39;s Office found the fire to be incendiary and suspicious in nature.</p> <p>Video surveillance recovered from the scene&nbsp;depicted&nbsp;a white male suspect unlawfully entering the building and rummaging around various parts of the business.&nbsp; The suspect was then observed taking down an American flag which was hanging on the wall and folding it in military fashion.&nbsp; He then placed the flag inside his backpack.</p> <p>The suspect is described as a thin white male with glasses and short hair, wearing a purple bandanna on his head and another hanging from his pants. He was also&nbsp;wearing a purple shirt and long chain around his neck.&nbsp; He eventually removes his hooded coat and walks around a different section of the business before leaving.</p> <p>A reward of up to $5,000 is offered for information leading to the arrest/conviction of the person(s) involved.</p> <p>If you have any information about this incident, please contact the Rhode Island Arson Tip Line at&nbsp;</p> <p>(401) 383-7723.</p> <p><strong><span style="color:#FF0000">CAPTURED:</span></strong></p> <p>On Friday, 12/13/2019, ATF and&nbsp;Woonsocket Police&nbsp;have identified the suspect in this case as:</p> <p><strong>JACOB E. LAHOUSSE (20)</strong>, with a last known addresses in Blackstone, MA.&nbsp; LAHOUSSE has recently been charged in this case.</p> Case ID 26636 <p>The ATF (Alcohol, Tobacco &amp; Firearms) is attempting to identify a male suspect involved in a B&amp;E and&nbsp;arson that took place at the Snake Hill Wine Makers Association clubhouse, 180A Hartford Pike, in Foster, R.I.</p> <p>On Wednesday,&nbsp;5/29/19, at approximately 6:15 PM, a male suspect forced entry to the building.&nbsp; The suspect spent approximately 4 minutes inside and after exiting, a smoke was seen coming from the building.&nbsp; The cause of the fire was found to be suspicious and incendiary, according to the RI State Fire Marshal&#39;s Office.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>A white Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck was observed on video surveillance prior to the suspect entering the building and departing shortly after the suspect left.&nbsp; The truck is further described as a white, 2002-2007 vintage, 2 door diesel with a plow package, amber color cab roof lights, side window rain guards, with an 8&#39; bed, black tool box, and non-factory installed wheels.</p> <p>A reward of up to $5000.00 is offered for information leading to the arrest/conviction of the person(s) involved.</p> <p>If you have any information about this incident, please contact the Rhode Island Arson Tip Line at&nbsp;</p> <p>(401) 383-7723.</p> Case ID 26632 <p>The Smithfield Police Department is attempting to identify a male suspect involved in a theft of items from two lockers at the Smithfield Ice Rink.</p> <p>Sometime between 11am and 1pm on Monday, November 25, 2019, the male in these photos entered the MENS&nbsp;locker room at the Smithfield Ice Rink.&nbsp; The suspect then&nbsp;stole several hundred dollars from two lockers.&nbsp;</p> <p>It appears the the suspect left operating&nbsp;a navy blue sedan.</p> Case ID 26630 <p>On Wednesday, November 13, 2019, Smithfield Police responded to FGX located at 500 George Washington Highway (RT. 116) for a larceny of rims and tires. FGX is located on the Smithfield/Lincoln Town Line.</p> <p>Sometime between 8:45am and 8:56am a suspect in a 2018 or newer grey Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (4 door) with a black top stole the rims and Pirelli Tires from an Infiniti Q70.</p> <p>The Jeep appears to have a hard top with tinted windows including half the front windshield. It also appears the Jeep has a front license plate and inspection sticker.</p> Case ID 26626 <p>The Smithfield Police Department is attempting to identify three suspects involved in a shoplifting of several paintball guns from Dick&#39;s Sporting Goods in their town.</p> <p>On Sunday, 10/13/2019, at about 5:30 PM, three younger male suspects&nbsp;stole 5 Tippman Paintball guns and fled to a vehicle described as an older model Nissan Maxima either tan/gray with tinted windows.&nbsp; A surveillance photo shows the front passenger wheel to be black and no front registration plate.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>Suspect #1 is described as an African American male approximately 5&#39;8&quot;, 130 lbs, black afro hair style.</p> <p>Suspect #2 is described as a&nbsp;Hispanic male approximately 5&#39;7&quot;, 140 lbs S</p> <p>Suspect #3 is described as a&nbsp;white male approximately 5&#39;8&quot;, 140 lbs, red/orange hair.</p> <p>NOTE: Providence Police have reported several incidents over the past month involving drive by paint gun assaults, most involving pedestrians walking down the street.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26626 <p>The Smithfield Police Department is attempting to identify three suspects involved in a shoplifting of several paintball guns from Dick&#39;s Sporting Goods in their town.</p> <p>On Sunday, 10/13/2019, at about 5:30 PM, three younger male suspects&nbsp;stole 5 Tippman Paintball guns and fled to a vehicle described as an older model Nissan Maxima either tan/gray with tinted windows.&nbsp; A surveillance photo shows the front passenger wheel to be black and no front registration plate.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>Suspect #1 is described as an African American male approximately 5&#39;8&quot;, 130 lbs, black afro hair style.</p> <p>Suspect #2 is described as a&nbsp;Hispanic male approximately 5&#39;7&quot;, 140 lbs S</p> <p>Suspect #3 is described as a&nbsp;white male approximately 5&#39;8&quot;, 140 lbs, red/orange hair.</p> <p>NOTE: Providence Police have reported several incidents over the past month involving drive by paint gun assaults, most involving pedestrians walking down the street.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26626 <p>The Smithfield Police Department is attempting to identify three suspects involved in a shoplifting of several paintball guns from Dick&#39;s Sporting Goods in their town.</p> <p>On Sunday, 10/13/2019, at about 5:30 PM, three younger male suspects&nbsp;stole 5 Tippman Paintball guns and fled to a vehicle described as an older model Nissan Maxima either tan/gray with tinted windows.&nbsp; A surveillance photo shows the front passenger wheel to be black and no front registration plate.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>Suspect #1 is described as an African American male approximately 5&#39;8&quot;, 130 lbs, black afro hair style.</p> <p>Suspect #2 is described as a&nbsp;Hispanic male approximately 5&#39;7&quot;, 140 lbs S</p> <p>Suspect #3 is described as a&nbsp;white male approximately 5&#39;8&quot;, 140 lbs, red/orange hair.</p> <p>NOTE: Providence Police have reported several incidents over the past month involving drive by paint gun assaults, most involving pedestrians walking down the street.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26624 <p>The Johnston Police Department is attempting to locate a suspect who took numerous religious artifacts from St. Rocco&#39;s Church, 929 Atwood Ave., Johnston, R.I.&nbsp;</p> <p>On Tuesday, 10/22/19, the suspect in this case allegedly stole four (4)&nbsp;chalices from the church.&nbsp; Three (3) of the four (4)&nbsp;chalices have been recovered.&nbsp; However, one of the chalices has not been recovered by police as of this date.</p> <p><span style="color:#0000FF"><strong>IDENTIFIED:</strong></span></p> <p>The suspect has been identified as:</p> <p><strong>DAVID D. FERRARA (63)</strong> with last known addresses in Providence and&nbsp;Pawtucket.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26622 <p>The East Providence Police Department is attempting to identify a male suspect involved in the breaking and entering into a Dunkin&#39; Donuts in their city.</p> <p>On Tuesday, 10/8/19, at approximately 12 AM, a suspect broke into the Dunkin&#39;s Donuts from a&nbsp;rear door and stole the cash register containing an undetermined amount of cash.</p> <p>The suspect fled on foot.&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26620 <p>The Smithfield Police Department is attempting to identify a male suspect involved in shoplifting incidents in at Kohl&#39;s Department Store (The Crossings at Smithfield), 371 Putnam Pike,&nbsp;Smithfield, R.I.</p> <p>On Monday, 9/23/19, at approximately 1:05 PM, a&nbsp;male subject arrives in the parking lot in a white Volkswagen Passat and enters the store.&nbsp; The suspect then&nbsp;selects two (2) pairs of Adidas sneakers and leaves without paying for them,</p> <p>The suspect is also responsible for similar incident in Warwick, RI.</p> Case ID 26618 <p>The Somerset MA, Police Department is attempting to identify the male suspect in the photographs attached below. The suspect has targeted 6 banks throughout Massachusetts during the week of August 12-16.</p> <p>The suspect has utilized fake driver&rsquo;s licenses (usually Maine) with victim&rsquo;s names printed on them to withdraw thousands of dollars from their Home Equity Lines of Credit (HELOCs). To date, the suspect has stolen at least $35,000 from 6 victims throughout Massachusetts.</p> <p>The male suspect is believed to be working with at least 2 other people. In each incident, he is seen with a single headphone his ear (believed to be on an open call with the getaway car), and with a wrist brace on his right hand.</p> Case ID 26614 <p>The North Attleboro Police Department is attempting to identify 3 suspects in a theft of a purse from an elderly female in their town.</p> <p>On Monday, 9/9/2019, an elderly female victim reported her purse taken by three unidentified female suspects.&nbsp; The purse contained personal papers along with her debit and credit cards.</p> <p>A short time later, the suspects fraudulently used the debit/credit cards Dick&#39;s Sporting Goods and Target.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26614 <p>The North Attleboro Police Department is attempting to identify 3 suspects in a theft of a purse from an elderly female in their town.</p> <p>On Monday, 9/9/2019, an elderly female victim reported her purse taken by three unidentified female suspects.&nbsp; The purse contained personal papers along with her debit and credit cards.</p> <p>A short time later, the suspects fraudulently used the debit/credit cards Dick&#39;s Sporting Goods and Target.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26614 <p>The North Attleboro Police Department is attempting to identify 3 suspects in a theft of a purse from an elderly female in their town.</p> <p>On Monday, 9/9/2019, an elderly female victim reported her purse taken by three unidentified female suspects.&nbsp; The purse contained personal papers along with her debit and credit cards.</p> <p>A short time later, the suspects fraudulently used the debit/credit cards Dick&#39;s Sporting Goods and Target.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26610 <p>The Bristol Police Department is attempting to identify a suspect involved in obtaining under false pretenses and identity theft that occurred a the People&#39;s Credit Union, 50 Gooding Ave, Bristol, R.I.</p> <p>On Monday, 8/19/2019 a black male enters People&#39;s Credit Union and proceeds to withdraw $7000.00 cash from an account that doesn&#39;t belong to him. The male had somehow obtained the victim&#39;s personal information in order to obtain the money.</p>