Adams Police Seeking Video in Stolen Vehicles and Vehicle Break-in Cases Yesterday in Adams.
Adams continues to have issues with car break-ins and stolen vehicles. The Adams Police Department is asking for residents with security cameras to check video files between 4:00am and 6:00am yesterday (11/9/20) on Crotteau Street, Mill Street, Murray Street, Staple Street, West Kittler Avenue, Jordan Street, and Cook Street. A car stolen in Pittsfield was found in Adams and another vehicle was stolen nearby and later recovered in town.
They are also looking for video surveillance on Richmond Lane in the area of East Jordan Street to East Hoosac Street also between the hours of 4:00AM-6:00AM. If you have video or have witnessed anything suspicious you are encouraged to contact the Adams Police Department at 413-743-1212 x 0.
This is the release posted on the Adams Police Department Facebook Page…
Adams Police Department
Type: INVESTIGATION NOTICE
Subject: Video Surveillance Request
Date: November 10, 2020
The Adams Police Department is investigating a series of car-breaks and a case of two recovered stolen motor vehicles that occurred on 11/9/20 between the hours of 4:00AM- 6:00AM; one vehicle was stolen from the city of Pittsfield and recovered here in Adams in close proximity to where a vehicle in Adams was then stolen and also later recovered in town.
The Adams Police Department is requesting any residents with home surveillance systems on the following streets; Crotteau Street, Mill Street, Murray Street, Staple Street, West Kittler Avenue, Jordan Street, and Cook Street to check for anyone on their systems between the hours of 4:00AM-6:00AM.
Additionally, video surveillance is being requested from anyone on Richmond Lane in the area of East Jordan Street to East Hoosac Street also between the hours of 4:00AM-6:00AM.
Anybody with information may send this page a private message or call the police department at 413-743-1212 x0 to speak to an on-duty police officer.
-Adams Police Department
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