Tuesday, June 23, 2009

In the News - Food Pantry, car break-ins

Milford Daily News
Posted Jun 22, 2009 @ 11:25 PM


The Franklin Food Pantry, which was almost homeless this summer before being saved by Rockland Trust Bank, has opened the doors to its new building, said pantry Director Linda Pouliot.

"We are open for business. The freezers were delivered this morning, and we're still waiting for more, but we couldn't wait any longer," as the pantry has been closed for more than a month, Pouliot said.

"At least we're not in limbo anymore - there is a home, there is a place to stay," said Pouliot.

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Milford Daily News
Posted Jun 22, 2009 @ 08:14 PM


Police are urging residents to lock their cars, as the rash of break-ins that began in March hasn't stopped despite several arrests, said Deputy Chief Stephan H. Semerjian.

For the past three weekends, police have received many reports of car breaks in the Kennedy School area, including Pond Street, Charles River Drive, Maple Street, Baron Road and the surrounding neighborhoods, Semerjian said.

In some cases, the thieves have gone onto people's property and into garages to access cars, he said.

Some residents have reported seeing and hearing young people on their property and near their cars, who run off through yards and the roadway when seen, Semerjian said.

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