June 20, 10:36 p.m. – A woman on Chicory Road called police, saying she spotted an elderly woman stealing paper cups out of a trash can at a business an hour earlier.
The elderly woman was described as having grey hair and being approximately 70 years old. However, the Chicory Road woman did not see her license plates, only saying that her car was brown.
The officer asked the Chicory Road woman to call immediately in future cases of suspicious activity.
An hour earlier, the same officer went to a different home on Chicory Drive, with that person stating she received a phone call from a crying child yelling for her mother before hanging up immediately.
The call came up as restricted on Caller ID, and the woman could not provide any additional information.
Sept. 13, 7:19 p.m. - A teenage employee from a Littleton Road business came to the Westford Police Department station to report a "creepy" customer harassing her.
The customer was describe as approximately 5"8, skinny in his fifties with a grey beard.
According to the employee, the issue first began when the customer said he enjoyed the employee's smiling face after ordering coffee, saying he did not go to another store because the employees did not smile.
From there, the employee said that the customer called several times to see if she was working that day, culminating in a love letter.
She did not request a harassment prevention order, only that the customer not come to the business anymore.
Upon further investigation, the customer hailed from Alton, New Hampshire. Alton Police helped find the customer, with officers from Westford calling him saying not to go to the business anymore, with the possibility of criminal charges if he did.
Sept. 19, 4:50 p.m. - A caller informed Westford Police that they saw a dog trapped inside a car at Cornerstone Square with the windows rolled up.
Upon further investigation, the vehicle's engine was running and the air conditioner was turned on, with the dog inside the vehicle in no apparent danger.
Sept. 19, 5:34 p.m. - An anonymous caller told police that one motorist who had left 495 due to a large motor vehicle accident on 495 Northbound was driving erratically and aggressive.
Police could not find the vehicle, with westbound traffic on Littleton Road backed up to Powers Road at the time they reached the scene.