WESTBOROUGH, Mass. – Westborough Police say charges are forthcoming against a Worcester man they say broke in and entered at least one home in Westborough and in connection with several break-ins in Shrewsbury.
Westborough Police say Oliver A. Ramos, 22, will be sumonsed on charges of breaking and entering a dwelling during the daytime, larceny over $250 and malicious destruction of property.
Ramos is not yet in custody, but has been intereviewed by police.
According to Westborough Police, a residence on Dover Way was burglarized through an unlocked rear window on April 4. Police say that numerous pieces of jewelry were allegedly taken.
Police Det. Steven Tompkins was able to locate a fingerprint from the rear window that was submitted to the State Police lab for analysis, which will result in the charges against Ramos.
Police said that during the course of an interview, Ramos admitted to the Shrewsbury break-ins.
There were two other Westborough house burglaries that occurred around the same time as the Westborough burglary where front doors were forced in. Another home was broken into on Dover Way and a third occurred on Mill Street while the residents were away for several days. Items allegedly taken include flat screen televisions and laptop computers.
Westborough and Shrewsbury police are continuing investigations.