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Crime Wheels stolen from cars parked at Logan Express Lot

22:20  31 october  2019
22:20  31 october  2019 Source:   wcvb.com

Oslo police open fire on man who reportedly drove into crowd

  Oslo police open fire on man who reportedly drove into crowd COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — At least two people were injured Tuesday in Norway's capital city of Oslo, struck by an ambulance stolen by an armed man who was injured when police opened fire to stop him. Police said those struck by the ambulance included a woman with a stroller and an elderly couple. The woman and her baby were taken to a hospital. "We are in control of the ambulance that was stolen," Oslo police tweeted. "Shots were fired to stop him. He is not in critical condition."Police also said that they were looking for a woman who "looks drunk" and may have been involved in the incident in north Oslo.

Police are investigating and patrols are being increased after wheels were stolen from vehicles left parked in a Logan Express lot for the second time this season.

a car parked on the side of the road: Wheels stolen at Braintree Logan Express lot© Karen Lippert/WCVB Wheels stolen at Braintree Logan Express lot

Two of the vandalized vehicles were found in the Braintree parking lot Thursday morning. Both a Honda sedan and a Land Rover SUV were resting on rocks after their wheels were removed.

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At least one of the owners of the vehicles was traveling and was not aware of the vandalism until contacted by WCVB.

"It’s an unfortunate incident, and actually the second time this fall where vehicles were vandalized at the Braintree Logan Express lot," a Massport spokesperson said.

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"State Police are investigating both incidents. Massport is in the process of doing a security assessment to see what can be improved and State Police has increased their patrols of the parking facility."

a car parked in a parking lot: Wheels stolen from SUV at Braintree Logan Express lot© Karen Lippert/WCVB Wheels stolen from SUV at Braintree Logan Express lot

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A mother is thanking a good Samaritan who helped her two children who were left on the side of the road.About an hour after the car was stolen, Kasandra Monteiro found the siblings on the side of the road at English Drive in East Rock. She said the baby was in the car seat and the boy was huddled with her, according to FOX 61.

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