Police: 2 arrested in theft of 2 passports from home
TYNGSBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — Two people have been arrested in connection with the theft of two passports from a Tyngsborough home.
Police say Tamara Reed and Jamie McDonald are both charged with receiving stolen property.
Police responded to a home on Blossom Street just before 5 p.m. Friday for a report of a break-in. Responding officers discovered that a backpack containing the homeowner’s passports, including a military passport, was missing. Nothing else was reported stolen.
The 29-year-old Reed and the 30-year-old McDonald were taken into custody Saturday afternoon after police responded to Lakeview Avenue, where the victim of the alleged theft was found chasing the pair. The stolen items were recovered.
Police say additional charges may follow.
It’s unclear whether Reed and McDonald have lawyers who could comment on the charges.