Suspect in Thefts From Vehicles Left Wallet Behind, Police Say
The three incidents happened Saturday morning.
A Westborough man suspected of thefts from three unlocked vehicles Saturday morning left his wallet, with his identification inside, behind at the first location, Police Chief Alan Gordon said this morning.
David F. Thomson, 28, of 8 East Main St. came to the Westborough Police Station on Tuesday looking for his wallet, Gordon said in a press release.
Detectives Gary Hassett and Steven Tompkins then interviewed Thomson, and ultimately charged him with three counts of larceny from a motor vehicle.
The first two incidents happened at 134 South St.
Police received a call from there around 7:33 a.m. Saturday. One vehicle owner reported that "numerous credit cards" were stolen, while the other vehicle owner reported a stolen coat, Gordon said. Both vehicles had been left unlocked overnight.
Police found a wallet on the ground there.
Then, at 8:09 a.m., a vehicle owner at nearby 23 School St. reported a wallet, keys, a GPS device and cash stolen, Gordon said.
Thomson faces arraignment in Westborough District Court at a later date.