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On 5/30/12 police responded to CVS 12 Harvard Street for an unarmed robbery where a note was passed ordering the clerk to give him the money. Subject (seen in Pin) arrived in a Waltham Taxi and then fled in same taxi. After the robbery, the driver then dropped the suspect off in the area of Brasco’s on Moody St. Looking to ID the suspect in the attached photos. Contact Det. Quaranto at 781-314-3559 with info.
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Citizens Police Academy returns Sept. 19. Sign up now, space is limited. Click here for a printable application:
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This is an older video of what the Citizens Police Academy is all about...New class begins Sept. 19, 2012.
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Community Services: (781) 314-3580 Operations: (781) 314-3600 Non Emergency: (781) 893-3700 Emergency numbers 9-1-1 Address Waltham Police Department 155 Lexington St Waltham, MA 02454 United States
This is the Official Google+ Page of the Waltham Massachusetts Police Department.

Located approximately 10 miles northwest of Boston, the city is home to more than sixty thousand people, with a thriving business community, and two world class institutions of higher learning, Bentley University and Brandeis University.

The mission of the Waltham Police Department is to foster and maintain a partnership with all of our citizens in order to provide the most responsive, highest quality police service possible. Our goal is to meet the needs of our citizens, to improve the quality of their lives, and to be proactive in maintaining order, preventing criminal acts and apprehending criminals.

Do not hesitate to contact this department if you have been the victim of a crime, need assistance, have any questions, or can provide information regarding criminal activities or wanted persons.

Always dial 911 in the case of emergencies

Chief Thomas M. LaCroix