Concord Police Looking For Suspects In 2 Car Break-Ins

Motor Vehicle Break-In Suspects

(Concord Police Department)

CONCORD, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Concord Police are looking for three suspects in two motor vehicle break-ins last week.

The cars were broken into at Walden Pond last Thursday and a parking lot at 1175 Lexington Rd. on last Sunday.

Concord Police Lt. Chris Troiano said both areas were the thefts occurred have busy foot traffic.

Credit cards were stolen from the vehicles and were used at stores including a Target and a Walgreens.

“In one case the vehicle was actually broken into, but in the other case, the vehicle was left unlocked,” Troiano said. “Again, valuables left in plain sight, so we just want to remind people to store those items away where they can’t be seen from plain sight.”

Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects. Photos of the three men were posted to the police department’s Facebook page.

“They were driving, possibly, a white SUV we think we maybe New Hampshire license plates. The description was possibly two Hispanic males, possibly a white male with them as well,” Troiano said.

Anyone with information has been asked to call Concord Police Det. Kallie Koppenal at 978-505-3017, or email

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