Northbridge Police Seek Help Identifying Air Conditioner Thief

Northbridge Police Seek Help Identifying Air Conditioner Thief

NORTHBRIDGE – Temperatures reached the mid-90s over the weekend, and it seems like at least one person handled it worse than others.

On Monday afternoon, the Northbridge Police Dept. released two surveillance photos of a suspect they are asking the public to help identify.

In the photos, the suspect is seen leaving a store with a portable air conditioner in a shopping cart.

The police are actively seeking the suspect for a larceny investigation.

If anyone has any information on the suspect, please call Northbridge PD dispatch at 508-234-6211.

Lead photo: Northbridge Police Dept/Facebook


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