Equipment and cash were stolen from a local pizza place.
A local pizza place was broken into during the overnight hours of Nov. 13, according to police. Cash from a register, video surveillance equipment and a hot dog steamer were stolen from Freshway Pizza during the break-in. According to police, an employee who was opening the business in the morning discovered that the rear door had been forced open. "The hot dog steamer is obviously an unusual piece of equipment to have been stolen," said Sgt. Det. Brian Griffin. "I can’t say I’ve ever really seen that before." There are no suspects at this time, and Det. Scott Maffioli and officer Phil Martin are investigating.
Some very active police activity surrounding Motel 6 on Tuesday have many asking, "what the heck was going on over there?"
Police activity at Motel 6 on Tuesday has left a lot of people wondering what all the action was about. As Channel 5 reported, "State and local police spent most of Tuesday investigating a crime scene at a Motel 6 in Northborough, but have not said what happened." Tim Connolly, spokeperson for the Worcester district attorney's office, confirmed that the "Northborough Police Department contacted the DA's office for assistance at the Motel 6 on Route 9. Detectives assigned to the DA's office and the Northborough Police Department are investigating." A Patch reader who was attending a Rotary Club meeting at the Celtic Tavern, which is adjacent to Motel 6, said that "an officer went in to the Celtic Tavern and showed a photo to the waitress." …