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Breaking and Entering and Home Invasion on Locust Street

by Bobby Blair
August 14, 2017

Holliston Police Sgt. Matt Waugh looks for the intruder

Holliston Police Officer Scott Downey and Sgt. Matt Waugh along with the home owner at 116 Locust Street search for the culprit.

The home (hive) wrecker was just after a little honey The hive was new this year according to the home owner. The bear was no where to be found

Officer Scott Downey said "don't worry he'll be back". Thirty minutes later the bear was spotted in the back yard at 50 Locust Street. This is the second bear sighting in the past several weeks when a bear was spotted on a front lawn on Hanlon Road.

 

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