Box truck crash; painting stolen; repair scam

Crash causes box truck to rollover
FALMOUTH - A two vehicle crash in Falmouth caused a box truck to roll on its side. The crash happened just before 8 AM in the 400 block of Woods Hole Road. Three people were taken to Falmouth Hospital with non life-threatening injuries. Traffic was detoured until the wreckage was cleared. Posted on 7/28 at 9:00 AM.

Painting stolen from Provincetown gallery
PROVINCETOWN - Police are seeking the person who stole a painting valued at over $4,000 from the Simie Maryles Gallery on Commercial Street in Provincetown sometime Thursday afternoon.

The 14X18 oil-on-panel painting, titled ''Blanketed (Corner of Pacific & Hoyt Streets),'' by Brooklyn artist Richard Rosenblatt, depicts a city snow scene, with white-topped cars on a street flanked by brownstone residences. We're working with Provincetown Police to get a photo of the painting.

Anyone with information on the theft is asked to call Provincetown Police at (508) 487-1212. Posted on 7/28 at 9:00 AM; material from the Cape Cod Times was used in this story.

Yarmouth Police seek subject in home improvement scam
Mark HigginsYARMOUTH - Police have obtained an arrest warrant for a man accused of bilking people, mostly senior citizens out of $10,000. 32-year old Mark Higgins d/b/a/ Mark's Tree Service allegedly went door to door soliciting tree removal work.

He reportedly was paid in advance and then never finished the work. Anyone with information or who may be a victim is asked to call Yarmouth Police at (508) 775-0445. Posted on 7/28 at 9:00 AM; YPD photo.

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