Hyannis robbery; MMA dorm smoke out; Vineyard crash

Cumbies robbed in Hyannis
HYANNIS
 - Barnstable Police are on the lookout for an armed robber. Sunday evening sometime after 8:30 PM a man wiht a bandana covering his face and carrying a handgun told the clerk he needed money to feed his baby. He reportedly grabbed an undetermined amount of cash from the register and fled. The clerk was not injured. The suspect is described as a stocky light skinned or hispanic male about 5 foot 6. He was last seen wearing a blue hoodie and gloves. Anyone with information is asked to call Barnstable Police. Posted on 11/26 at 11:00 PM; updated on 11/27 at 9:30 AM.

Smoke forces evacuation of MMA dorm
BOURNE
- Smoke forced some students at the Mass Maritine Academy to evacuate their dorm for a time Sunday evening. Firefighters were called to the first floor of the sixth company dorm about 8:40 after a motor on a heater seized causing the smoke. They were able ventilate the smoke and switch to a backup heater and student were able to return to their rooms. No one ws injured. Posted on 11/27 at 9:30 AM. 

Driver escapes injured in Vineyard crash
EDGARTOWN
- Despite this scene the driver was not seriously injured.

Edgartown rescuers responded to Meetinghouse Road about 7:30 PM to find this Nissan Pathfinder literally up a tree.

The driver was outside the car when they arrived. Edgartown Police are investigating.

Posted on 11/26 at 11:00 PM. Photo courtesy of J. Crave.

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