(Credit: Concord, MA Police)
CONCORD, MA (WBZ NewsRadio) — Police are investigating and are asking the public's help in finding a man who allegedly broke into a Concord home, held the resident at knife point and forced them to drive to locations in Western Massachusetts and Connecticut late Sunday night.
Concord, MA Police say Justin Field, 24 is accused of breaking in to a home, holding a man at knife-point and forcing him to drive to New Haven, Conn.
"Close to midnight, the suspected exited his resident’s vehicle in New Haven, Connecticut, and the victim drove back to his home in Concord and contacted the police department," Police said. "The resident was not injured."
A knife was retrieved from the victim's car.
Police believe that Field might be in the Connecticut or New York City area and is considered and dangerous. He should should not be approached. Anyone that should happen to see him should call 9-1-1.
He's wanted on several charges including, armed home invasion, kidnapping, armed assault on a person over 60-years-old armed assault in a dwelling, burglary, armed assault on occupants and another disturbance in Bedford, MA
Anyone with information can contact Concord Police Detectives at 978-318-3400 or the Concord Police Department’s Anonymous Tip Line at 978-318-3407.