On Wednesday, Sept. 25, an officer was called to West Cummings Park. Upon arrival in the parking lot a man told the officer that his rental car had been broken into.
The man said he parked in the lot at about 9 a.m. and when he returned around noon he found that the window on the rear passenger’s side door had been broken and his laptop was missing. In addition, it appeared that cables had been pulled from underneath the vehicle.
According to the police report, the driver said he had been having ongoing issues of harassment and vandalism with a Natick man and he believed he may have been involved.
Though the man was driving a rental car, he believes the suspected man may have followed him to Woburn because he attends school there on a regular basis.
On Thursday, Sept. 26, a resident on Salem Street reported that this morning her husband noticed belongings missing from their vehicle.
The woman said a black iPod touch worth $400 and a pair of tan/green Nikon compact binoculars with a neck strap valued at $200 were missing from the center console.