'Just tell me where the dead bodies are'
Concord Police responded to a report of a suspicious man at Dee Funeral Home. The caller said the man asked unusual questions, including where the home kept dead bodies, and then suddenly placed a $20 bill on the desk before walking out with no explanation: http://patch.com/A-0CRG
Does this remind anyone of the bookstore shoplifting scene from the movie Notting Hill?
A Watertown man got caught trying to steal three DVD movies from Best Buy. Security spotted him put the movies down his pants and try to leave the store, but, yes, he was caught: http://patch.com/A-0Npj
In Sudbury, a North Road resident reported he thought he saw someone break into his neighbor's house across the street. Officers were dispatched to the address, where it was deemed the person thought to have broken into the home was, in fact, the homeowner: http://patch.com/A-0JrQ
Wayland Police received a call about mysterious footprints in the snow at 22 Oak Hill Road. The caller reported there was a car parked in front of his house and footprints leading to the back of his house, but there were no return prints. According to the police log, the prints belonged to a person who said they had entered the wrong house by mistake. Hmmmm: http://patch.com/A-0LBz
Again in Concord, a Lexington Road resident reported her snow shovel was missing from her front porch. The caller said when she followed the footprints in her yard, she found an iPod that may belong to the person who took her shovel: http://patch.com/A-0PBB
Woman leaves car 'somewhere' in Woburn
On New Year's Eve, a Burlington woman reported her car stolen. According to Woburn police, the woman parked her car outside a restaurant “somewhere in Woburn Center” and left the keys inside. The woman was unable to tell police which restaurant. Police could not find the vehicle and entered it into the computer system as stolen: http://patch.com/A-0KHW
And before we leave Woburn: woman Uses EBT for bar drinks, cab; reports subsequent stalking
A Woburn woman reported receiving harassing phone calls. According to Woburn police, she told the officer she used her EBT card to pay for drinks at a bar and a cab ride from Malden. Since the purchase, she said she has been receiving unsolicited phone calls from the cab driver.