Case Feed http://www.rimostwanted.org Providing updated case feed Case ID 26868 <p>The Dedham MA Police are seeking assistance in identifying this individual who allegedly&nbsp;used false prescription scripts sent by a Rhode Island doctor to purchase promethazine codeine syrup. Dedham MA Police believe this individual may be from the Rhode Island area.&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26863 <p>The Smithfield Police Dept. is attempting to identify three black female suspects who&nbsp;walked into the store and went into the Men&#39;s Nike section. A 4th black female suspect appeared and&nbsp;held the automatic doors open at the front of the store, while the three females in the store grabbed $3355.00 worth of men&#39;s shorts and ran out of the store.</p> <p>All four females fled the scene in a silver colored Chevy SUV, no registration plate known.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26863 <p>The Smithfield Police Dept. is attempting to identify three black female suspects who&nbsp;walked into the store and went into the Men&#39;s Nike section. A 4th black female suspect appeared and&nbsp;held the automatic doors open at the front of the store, while the three females in the store grabbed $3355.00 worth of men&#39;s shorts and ran out of the store.</p> <p>All four females fled the scene in a silver colored Chevy SUV, no registration plate known.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26863 <p>The Smithfield Police Dept. is attempting to identify three black female suspects who&nbsp;walked into the store and went into the Men&#39;s Nike section. A 4th black female suspect appeared and&nbsp;held the automatic doors open at the front of the store, while the three females in the store grabbed $3355.00 worth of men&#39;s shorts and ran out of the store.</p> <p>All four females fled the scene in a silver colored Chevy SUV, no registration plate known.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26863 <p>The Smithfield Police Dept. is attempting to identify three black female suspects who&nbsp;walked into the store and went into the Men&#39;s Nike section. A 4th black female suspect appeared and&nbsp;held the automatic doors open at the front of the store, while the three females in the store grabbed $3355.00 worth of men&#39;s shorts and ran out of the store.</p> <p>All four females fled the scene in a silver colored Chevy SUV, no registration plate known.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26860 <p>Glocester Police Department is attempting to identify two suspects involved in a&nbsp;residential breaking &amp; entering that occurred on Wednesday, June 9, 2021.&nbsp; &nbsp;The suspects were observed operating a silver Subaru Outback.&nbsp; Anyone with information is encouraged to contact submit a tip or contact Glocester Police Department.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26860 <p>Glocester Police Department is attempting to identify two suspects involved in a&nbsp;residential breaking &amp; entering that occurred on Wednesday, June 9, 2021.&nbsp; &nbsp;The suspects were observed operating a silver Subaru Outback.&nbsp; Anyone with information is encouraged to contact submit a tip or contact Glocester Police Department.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26855 <p>The Bristol Police Department is attempting to identify two male suspects involved in a vandalism complaint where the suspects&nbsp;placed&nbsp;Nazi themed propaganda (white supremacy) stickers in areas of the town.</p> <p>On 4/24/2021, Bristol PD received reports of large stickers being placed at&nbsp;several locations around town, including the Roger&#39;s Free Library and the US Post Office.&nbsp; The stickers read &quot;WHITE BOY SUMMER&quot;, with Adolf Hitler depicted in the background.&nbsp; Police located several more stickers around town.</p> <p>Warren and Bristol Police are working together since Warren PD is currently investigating numerous PATRIOT FRONT&nbsp;MOVEMENT racist stickers placed on various properties last week.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>Two suspects were captured on security cameras on Thames and Hope St at the time of the incidents and are persons of interest.&nbsp; One suspect is wearing a distinctive jacket with numerous patches.</p> <p><span style="color:#FF0000"><strong>CAPTURED:</strong></span></p> <p>On 5/13/2021, the Bristol Police Department Detective Division reported the capture of Suspect #1.&nbsp; He is identified as:</p> <p><strong>CHASE A. GILROY (26)</strong>, from Warwick, R.I.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>GILROY was charged with malicious damage and conspiracy.&nbsp; Suspect #2 is still unidentified.</p> Case ID 26855 <p>The Bristol Police Department is attempting to identify two male suspects involved in a vandalism complaint where the suspects&nbsp;placed&nbsp;Nazi themed propaganda (white supremacy) stickers in areas of the town.</p> <p>On 4/24/2021, Bristol PD received reports of large stickers being placed at&nbsp;several locations around town, including the Roger&#39;s Free Library and the US Post Office.&nbsp; The stickers read &quot;WHITE BOY SUMMER&quot;, with Adolf Hitler depicted in the background.&nbsp; Police located several more stickers around town.</p> <p>Warren and Bristol Police are working together since Warren PD is currently investigating numerous PATRIOT FRONT&nbsp;MOVEMENT racist stickers placed on various properties last week.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>Two suspects were captured on security cameras on Thames and Hope St at the time of the incidents and are persons of interest.&nbsp; One suspect is wearing a distinctive jacket with numerous patches.</p> <p><span style="color:#FF0000"><strong>CAPTURED:</strong></span></p> <p>On 5/13/2021, the Bristol Police Department Detective Division reported the capture of Suspect #1.&nbsp; He is identified as:</p> <p><strong>CHASE A. GILROY (26)</strong>, from Warwick, R.I.&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> <p>GILROY was charged with malicious damage and conspiracy.&nbsp; Suspect #2 is still unidentified.</p> Case ID 26852 <p>Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Warwick Police Department&nbsp;are attempting to locate two suspects involved in a large scale fraud ring.&nbsp;</p> <p>Both suspects have been federally indicted in the District of Rhode Island and are currently wanted on&nbsp;fraud related offenses. Currently, their whereabouts are unknown.</p> <p><span style="color:#0000FF"><strong>WANTED / IDENTIFIED:</strong></span></p> <p>1. <strong>HUGH MARTIN (33)&nbsp;</strong>with ties to Pawtucket, RI and Brooklyn, NY</p> <p>2. <strong>SHAWN HILAIRE (30)</strong> with ties to RI, Brockton, MA and Brooklyn, NY</p> <p>Both subjects frequently travel and have criminal histories. <strong>MARTIN</strong>&nbsp;has previous firearms charges and <strong>HILAIRE</strong> has gang affiliations.&nbsp;</p> <p>Both suspects have tattoos on the neck and collar area.</p> Case ID 26852 <p>Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Warwick Police Department&nbsp;are attempting to locate two suspects involved in a large scale fraud ring.&nbsp;</p> <p>Both suspects have been federally indicted in the District of Rhode Island and are currently wanted on&nbsp;fraud related offenses. Currently, their whereabouts are unknown.</p> <p><span style="color:#0000FF"><strong>WANTED / IDENTIFIED:</strong></span></p> <p>1. <strong>HUGH MARTIN (33)&nbsp;</strong>with ties to Pawtucket, RI and Brooklyn, NY</p> <p>2. <strong>SHAWN HILAIRE (30)</strong> with ties to RI, Brockton, MA and Brooklyn, NY</p> <p>Both subjects frequently travel and have criminal histories. <strong>MARTIN</strong>&nbsp;has previous firearms charges and <strong>HILAIRE</strong> has gang affiliations.&nbsp;</p> <p>Both suspects have tattoos on the neck and collar area.</p> Case ID 26845 <p>The Burrillville Police Department is attempting to identify a male suspect who stole a vehicle from in front of the Lil&#39; General Store, 485 Chapel St, in the Harrisville section of Burrillville, R.I.</p> <p>The vehicle&nbsp;had been left idling in front of the store when stolen.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Case ID 26843 <p>The Burrillville Police Department is attempting to identify a suspect involved in a breaking and entering that occurred at a business on Union Ave in Burrillville, R.I.</p> <p>On Friday, 3/12/21, at approximately 9:15 PM, security cameras captured a suspect near the business that was broken into.&nbsp; The suspect is alleged to have stolen&nbsp;a ladder, a &quot;RIDGID&quot; brand&nbsp;saw and stand.</p> <p>A suspect vehicle was also captured on surveillance cameras leaving the area.</p> Case ID 26841 <p>The Smithfield Police Department is&nbsp;attempting to locate&nbsp;who is a&nbsp;registered sex offender who failed to notify his&nbsp;a change of address.</p> <p><span style="color:#0000FF"><strong>IDENTIFIED:</strong></span></p> <p><strong>STEVEN VIGEANT (31)&nbsp;</strong>with previous addresses in Smithfield, Johnston, and Providence.</p> <p>He is described as being 5&#39;5&quot; tall, 170&nbsp;lbs., black hair and brown eyes</p> <p>His whereabouts is currently unknown&nbsp;and the Smithfield Police Department has&nbsp;a signed warrant for sex offender address change-failure to notify police.</p> <p>The Cranston Police Department also has two active warrants for<strong> VIGEANT</strong> for a domestic failure to relinquish a telephone and fraud.</p> <p>He also has a full Superior Court bench warrant for a technical violation.</p> <p><span style="color:#FF0000"><strong>CAPTURED:</strong></span>&nbsp;</p> <p>On 5/10/21, the Smithfield Police Department reported that <strong>VIGEANT</strong> turned himself in.</p> Case ID 26838 <p>The North Attleboro Police Department is attempting to identify two suspects involved in a &quot;grab &amp; run&quot; larceny at Facets Jewelers, 152 East Washington St., North Attleboro, MA.</p> <p>On Friday, 2/26/21, at approximately 4 PM, a male suspect entered the Facets Jewelers&nbsp;and inquired about engagement rings. After the clerk presented the suspect with&nbsp;a tray of rings, the suspect grabbed the tray of assorted rings and&nbsp;fled the store. The male suspect was observed fleeing from the parking lot&nbsp;to a waiting vehicle.&nbsp; The suspect vehicle was described as an older model silver SUV being operated by a white female. The suspect vehicle was last seen heading onto Route 1.</p> <p>The same suspect was involved in&nbsp;similar thefts in Cambridge, MA.&nbsp;at approximately 02:30 PM&nbsp;and another in&nbsp;Pawtucket, RI at 04:25 PM.&nbsp; A silver SUV was involved in these thefts.</p> <p><strong><span style="color:#FF0000">CAPTURED:</span></strong></p> <p>The North Attleboro Police Department reports that both suspects&nbsp;in this case were&nbsp;arrested in Connecticut on 4/2/21.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>SUSPECT 1</strong> was&nbsp;identified as&nbsp;<strong>ISAIAH KHALID SMITH</strong></p> <p><strong>SUSPECT 2</strong>&nbsp;was identified as <strong>TRACEY ORTIZ</strong></p> Case ID 26838 <p>The North Attleboro Police Department is attempting to identify two suspects involved in a &quot;grab &amp; run&quot; larceny at Facets Jewelers, 152 East Washington St., North Attleboro, MA.</p> <p>On Friday, 2/26/21, at approximately 4 PM, a male suspect entered the Facets Jewelers&nbsp;and inquired about engagement rings. After the clerk presented the suspect with&nbsp;a tray of rings, the suspect grabbed the tray of assorted rings and&nbsp;fled the store. The male suspect was observed fleeing from the parking lot&nbsp;to a waiting vehicle.&nbsp; The suspect vehicle was described as an older model silver SUV being operated by a white female. The suspect vehicle was last seen heading onto Route 1.</p> <p>The same suspect was involved in&nbsp;similar thefts in Cambridge, MA.&nbsp;at approximately 02:30 PM&nbsp;and another in&nbsp;Pawtucket, RI at 04:25 PM.&nbsp; A silver SUV was involved in these thefts.</p> <p><strong><span style="color:#FF0000">CAPTURED:</span></strong></p> <p>The North Attleboro Police Department reports that both suspects&nbsp;in this case were&nbsp;arrested in Connecticut on 4/2/21.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>SUSPECT 1</strong> was&nbsp;identified as&nbsp;<strong>ISAIAH KHALID SMITH</strong></p> <p><strong>SUSPECT 2</strong>&nbsp;was identified as <strong>TRACEY ORTIZ</strong></p> Case ID 26835 <p>The Coventry Police Department is attempting to identify two suspects involved in a fraud that took place the Home Depot on Centre of New England Blvd. in Coventry.</p> <p>On 8-19-2000 a fraudulent credit card purchase&nbsp;was made for $5,766.29. The suspects bought shingles&nbsp;and roofing materials but&nbsp;did not physically have the card.</p> <p>The shingles bought were Timberline Natural Shadow Pewter Gray Lifetime Architectural Shingles (72 bundles at 33.3 sq. ft. per bundle) and Timberline HDZ Weathered Wood Algae Resistant Laminated High Definition Shingles (36 bundles at 33.33 sq. ft. per Bundle). Thy also purchased roofing nails, screws, and assorted other items.</p> <p>The suspects are seen on video loading the materials on to a U-Haul truck. Unable to see license plate. The name used on the pick up order was the victim&rsquo;s.&nbsp; A Text Now phone number was used to place the order, 401-336-5243 but a warrant&nbsp;revealed negative results.</p> Case ID 26835 <p>The Coventry Police Department is attempting to identify two suspects involved in a fraud that took place the Home Depot on Centre of New England Blvd. in Coventry.</p> <p>On 8-19-2000 a fraudulent credit card purchase&nbsp;was made for $5,766.29. The suspects bought shingles&nbsp;and roofing materials but&nbsp;did not physically have the card.</p> <p>The shingles bought were Timberline Natural Shadow Pewter Gray Lifetime Architectural Shingles (72 bundles at 33.3 sq. ft. per bundle) and Timberline HDZ Weathered Wood Algae Resistant Laminated High Definition Shingles (36 bundles at 33.33 sq. ft. per Bundle). Thy also purchased roofing nails, screws, and assorted other items.</p> <p>The suspects are seen on video loading the materials on to a U-Haul truck. Unable to see license plate. The name used on the pick up order was the victim&rsquo;s.&nbsp; A Text Now phone number was used to place the order, 401-336-5243 but a warrant&nbsp;revealed negative results.</p> Case ID 26833 <p>The West Warwick Police Department is attempting to located a sex offender who failed to register with law enforcement.</p> <p><span style="color:#0000FF"><strong>IDENTIFIED SEX OFFENDER</strong></span></p> <p><strong>RICHARD J. GILES (53)</strong></p> <p>He is described as being 6&#39;4&quot; tall, 260 lbs, hazel eyes, and balding (gray hair).&nbsp; He does wear glasses.</p> <p><strong>GILES</strong> has had numerous addresses in West Warwick, Cranston, Providence, and North Kingstown, to include homeless shelters.</p> <p><strong>GILES</strong> failed to register as a sex offender, as required by law, for the 6th time since his previous two 1st degree sexual assault convictions.&nbsp; A warrant is currently active for <strong>GILES</strong> arrest.</p> Case ID 26831 <p>The Cranston Police Department is attempting to identify a male suspect who committed an armed robbery at the Citizens Bank inside the Stop &amp; Shop, 204 Garfield Ave., Cranston, RI.</p> <p>On Monday, 02/08/2021, at approximately&nbsp;10:54 AM, a dark skinned male suspect walked into the Stop and Shop&nbsp;and approached the Citizens Bank counter. The suspect presented a device to the teller which he stated was a bomb and requested all the money from the draw.&nbsp; The suspect left with an undetermined amount of money.</p> <p>The suspect is described as a black male wearing business attire. He was seen fleeing the scene in a small dark colored vehicle possibly a Hyundai, or Nissan.</p> <p>This suspect may be involved in a similar crime in the town of Coventry, RI.</p> Case ID 26828 <p>The Cranston Police Department is attempting to identify two females involved in a shoplifting at The Gap, 79 Hillside Rd (Garden City), Cranston, R.I.</p> <p>On Saturday, 1/23/2021, at approximately 5:48 PM, two unidentified suspects entered The Gap and began browsing.&nbsp; The two females began acting rowdy and selected several garments and threw them on the floor.&nbsp; This behavior caught the attention of employees in the store who confronted the suspects.</p> <p>The suspects were using profanities acting aggressive,&nbsp;told an employee that they were going to take the articles of clothing they had and leave the store without paying.&nbsp; The suspects brazenly walked out of the store&nbsp;with over $600 work of merchandise.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>