Quincy police arrest man for breaking and entering, credit card theft

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QUINCY — A man was arrested Saturday afternoon for allegedly breaking into a residence and stealing a credit card in the Quincy Point area.

At approximately 3:35 p.m., Officer Paul Matthews responded to a report of a breaking and entering on Shea Street.

The caller reported seeing three individuals exiting a neighbor’s home and provided descriptions to the police.

Sergeant Dan Flaherty and Officer Ryan Donnelly, members of the Community Services unit, were nearby and began searching for the suspects.

They located a male and female matching the caller’s description on the 600 block of Washington Street.

Upon investigation, the male suspect was found in possession of a credit card belonging to the victim of the break-in.

The female, however, was determined not to be involved in the incident and was released.

The male suspect was arrested and charged with breaking and entering in the daytime with the intent to commit a felony and larceny of a credit card.

He was taken to police headquarters by Officer Leuchte and booked by Sergeant Jennifer Tapper.

The suspect is scheduled to be arraigned at Quincy District Court.

The police continue to investigate and search for the other individuals involved.

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