An Old Lancaster Road resident called the Sudbury Police Department on Monday to report a possible theft from his home.
According to Lt. Scott Nix, the resident believed a computer repair man stole two of his computers.
An investigation showed the repair technician was from Lowell and that he had returned one of the computers via mail. The technician told investigators the other computer was stolen from his custody.
Nix said the case is still under investigation to verify the technician's story.
In other police news from Monday:
- An Old County Road resident reported someone had gained entry to her residence ... again. Police are investigating the validity of the complaint.
- A Parmenter Road resident reported he was in a one-car accident on Fairbank Road. The resident said he was forced off the road by a sliding vehicle and struck a tree. He was able to drive home to make the report. No injuries were reported.
- Officers responded to a one-car accident on Morse Road. The car struck a utility pole and no injuries were reported.
- Officers received a report of a car off the road on Powerdermill Road. Officers requested the Fire Department to respond to attend to one motorist who suffered minor injuries. The motorist refused medical transport and the car was towed from the scene.
- On officer on patrol on Boston Post Road noticed the interior light of a car on while parked in a business parking lot. No criminal activity was found.