The following are entries from the Westford Police log for April 2 and 3.
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Monday, April 2
7:14 a.m. – Just a few days after a stop sign at the corner of Cold Spring and Forge Village Road , a motor vehicle crash was reported.
There were no injuries, but a tow truck was required.
The intersection was also the location .
Tuesday, April 3
3:04 p.m. – A motor vehicle crash occurred at the corner of Depot Road and Route 40. No injuries were reported.
March 14, 7:44 a.m. – Westford Police were dispatched following reports of an unknown man taking pictures in the area of the .
The man was taking pictures of an abandoned house next to the plaza. Although nothing was noted in the report about the man taking pictures of any children, the manager of the center cited concern that the individual was taking pictures in the area unannounced and that he could potentially have gotten pictures of children.
According to information provided by the Westford Police Department, the man was wearing a red hooded jacket and dark blue jeans. Following a search, the man could not be located.
March 30, 2:41 p.m. – A sterling monogrammed silverware set was reported stolen from a home on Carlisle Road.
The owner of the silverware believed that the theft might have occurred sometime in the past month, although dinner guests over the previous evening were not involved in the theft, according to the log.
A missing items sheet was filled out with the police, and the case was closed at the request of the owner.
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