WARWICK, R.I. — Welcome to the tail end of an abbreviated holiday week, wherein traffic alerts and a few outstanding shoplifting cases are among the things you may need to know during your travels:
WPD seek info on Macy’s shoplifting suspects
Warwick detectives are seeking information on two suspects involved in an Nov. 17 shoplifting at Macy’s in the Warwick Mall. Two women, with assistance from a man, loaded bags with approximately $2,000 worth of Polo clothing items. The three fled the store with the stolen goods and left the scene in a black vehicle with CT license plates.
Police ask anyone with information on the theft or the suspects pictured to contact Det. Tim Grant, 401-468-4260, [email protected].
Thanks to New Year’s Day falling on a Sunday, and the federal holiday observed on Monday, trash and recycling are delayed one day this week.
WPD asks help IDing perfume theft suspect
Warwick Police are seeking aid identifying a man who stole 12 perfume gift sets from CVSat 767 Warwick Ave. Dec. 20 at 12:52 a.m. Police describe the suspect as wearing glasses, a winter hat, winter coat, and backpack. The man went to the perfume aisle and put about 12 perfume gift sets inside his backpack, then left the store, passing all points of payment without paying.
Police ask anyone with information on the theft or the suspects pictured to contact Det. Jeffery Viveiros, 401-468-4248, [email protected]
RIDOT traffic alerts
Rte. 117 (Centerville Rd.) East, from Meadow St./Burger King to Post Rd. (Apponaug Four Corners), one lane open in each direction for drainage work, Wednesday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Gilbane St., adjacent to the Centerville Rd./Toll Gate Road roundabout, potential short-term shoulder and/or lane closures for divider island work, Wednesday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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