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Randolph police get better products stolen from South Shore senior complexes

RANDOLPH – Police are trying to find to determine the house owners of 50 items of jewelry and other items seized in an investigation into thefts from assisted and unbiased dwelling complexes for senior citizens.

Randolph Police Chief Anthony Marag stated the thefts involve victims in at the very least 6 communities, like Randolph, Quincy, Braintree, Weymouth, Cohasset and Westwood. Investigators imagine there are various extra victims, some of whom may not be mindful that they are victims, the main explained.

Various of the victims who have been identified have dementia, Marag stated.

“We motivate any one who thinks they might be a sufferer or has recognized jewelry or other important items go missing in very similar situations to call the Randolph Police Department,” Marag said in a assertion. “It is apparent that numerous of the recovered products are one of a kind, personalised and meaningful and we hope to be able to return the products to their rightful house owners.”

Numerous items, including these bracelets, were found and seized by Randolph police. Police are looking to identify the owners of the items.

Police executing look for warrants seized the merchandise from the residence and auto of Anne Rose Fleurant, 36, of Weymouth. Fleurant was arraigned on charges of id fraud, obtaining a stolen credit rating card and improper use of a credit rating card in Quincy District Court on March 30. More costs are expected, police stated.

Marag mentioned the investigation commenced on March 22 when a resident at a senior assisted and independent dwelling sophisticated in Randolph described to police that they observed jewellery lacking about an hour immediately after Fleurant remaining the victim’s apartment. The resident also documented a missing credit card that had been employed at a liquor shop and Macy’s at South Shore Plaza.

The subsequent investigation by Randolph police, with the assistance of Weymouth police, showed that Fleurant allegedly went into senior assisted and independent living communities and entered residences posing as a household health and fitness aide or a hospice care worker, he claimed.

Numerous items, including these rings, were found and seized by Randolph police. Police are looking to identify the owners.

Police mentioned that the moment within the residences, Fleurant allegedly stole valuables, which includes jewelry, designer handbags, credit rating cards, checks, cash and other goods. Fleurant allegedly went to neighborhood suppliers and bought substantial amounts of products with stolen credit history playing cards.

Law enforcement said the thefts have been not restricted to residences in which Fleurant was intended to be working. She also entered other residences, figuring out herself as an insurance policy company consultant or a hospice employee and convincing victims she belonged in the flats, police explained.