, Salem, MA

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March 21, 2014



Police investigated a report of larceny from an electronic benefits transfer card at 15 Leach St. at 9:29 p.m. The woman believed there was $50 on the card. After she let her son use it, there was only $2 left. Police advised the woman to check the transactions to see if any were fraudulent.


Police responded to a report of a broken window at 300 Highland Ave., MetroPCS, at 8:14 a.m. Police found the business had been broken into, and items were stolen. Detectives are investigating.

Police took a report of a past larceny from Salem High, 77 Willson St., at 9:55 a.m.

At 12:35 p.m., a resident of Cedar Street told police she received a call from an unknown company, and the caller talked her into giving out some personal information before she realized it was a scam. The resident spoke with her bank and filed a fraud report. She was advised about giving out such information.

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