WAREHAM — A Wareham man is arrested after police say he stole money and credit cards from customers while they shopped at a supermarket in town.

On Wednesday, April 18, Wareham Police detectives arrested 25-year-old Bradford Hall of 354 Marion Road in Wareham. After investigation, detectives determined Hall was responsible for a series of thefts which had occurred at Shaw's Supermarket on April 3, April 10 and April 12. In addition to these thefts, Hall was found to have entered an unlocked auto in the Swifts Beach area on the early morning of April 17, and allegedly stole a pocketbook.

In each of the cases at Shaw's, Hall allegedly stole money and credit cards from unsuspecting customers while they were shopping. After the victims discovered they had been robbed, police reports were filed and the investigation ensued.

Hall was held at Wareham Police headquarters before being transported to Wareham District Court. He was arraigned this morning on charges of larceny from a person over 65, receiving a stolen credit card (two counts), improper use of a credit card (two counts) and larceny from a person (two counts).

--Wareham Police

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