Dartmouth Police Recover $3,000 in Stolen Goods
DARTMOUTH — Dartmouth police on Tuesday morning recovered more than $3,000 worth of goods stolen from a retail store in town, the department stated in a social media post.
Police spokesperson Det. Kyle Costa said the products were stolen in a series of thefts from the Lowe's on Faunce Corner Road, and were found in a pawn shop in Fall River.
The suspect has been identified and summoned to court on charges of larceny over $1,200, Costa added.
On its official Facebook page, the department lauded its detectives, Crime Analyst Keri Lebeau, and Officer Amanda Tavares for their roles in gathering information and identifying the suspect in the thefts.
A photo of the recovered merchandise shows large boxes containing equipment like leaf blowers and welders.
The goods are worth over $3,000, according to police.
In the post, the department also thanked the Fall River Police Department for its help in recovering the merchandise.