FBI Searching Across State for Man Known as the “Inconvenient Crook”
The FBI Violent Crimes Task Force is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the individual allegedly responsible for at least seven commercial robberies and two attempted commercial robberies at gas stations and convenience stores around the greater Boston area from August 2018 through March 2019.
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The male suspect, who is considered armed and dangerous, is likely in his 20s to 30s. In each robbery, he wore dark colored clothing and a face covering. The suspect was armed and, in some of the robberies, walked with a distinctive limp.
During each of the robberies, he approached the cashiers and demanded money. On seven occasions, he brandished a firearm, and on two occasions, he threatened to shoot the cashiers. While demanding money at one of the stores, he claimed he had “child support to pay,” and at another, he allegedly told the cashier he needed diapers.
Clark University’s Fordyce Williams to Speak on Life of Dr. Robert Goddard
From 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM, on Wednesday, July 10, Fordyce Williams, Coordinator of Archives and Special Collections at Clark University will present The Life and Influences of Dr. Robert H. Goddard.
Dr. Goddard was born in Worcester, attended and taught at Clark, and did much of his research at the university. Using his papers, Fordyce will outline the important times of his life, dispel some of the myths surrounding his work and tell of his influence on rocketry development.
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