Sudbury Police: Thief Breaks Into Car for $6

The following information was provided by the Sudbury Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned it does not indicate a conviction.

Sudbury police log. Patch file photo
Sudbury police log. Patch file photo
A Woodside Road resident who left his car unlocked told the Sudbury Police Department on Jan. 15 items were stolen from the car.

According to Lt. Robert Grady, the resident said $6 and his driver's license were taken in the break-in.

There was no damage to the car.

Grady no other car-breaks were reported in that neighborhood.

In police news from Jan. 14:
  • Officers responded to a one-car accident on Willis Road. According to Grady, a motorist lost control of his car and hit a stone wall. There was visible damage to the driver's side, but no injuries were reported. The car had to be towed.
  • A Landham Road resident reported an attempted fraud case. According to Grady, the woman was told she had won the lottery but needed to send cash to a certain person in order to collect the prize. The woman did not send any money.
  • Police are investigating a report of a motorist who made doughnut marks in the Old Town Cemetery on Concord Road. Grady said the damage was minor and did not involve gravestones. 


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