Brewster Police seek man wanted for several recent crimes

Brewster Police seek man wanted in connection with several recent crimes

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the department

BREWSTER – The Brewster Police Department is seeking information regarding the whereabouts of a subject wanted for several recent crimes.  The party is identified as Noah Pond, 37. 

On Wednesday, August 18, 2010, officers responded to a residence on Slough Road when the homeowner called to report that he arrived home and found a male subject standing inside his house.  The subject fled the area driving a late model Lincoln with a Florida license plate.  The vehicle he left in had previously been reported as stolen in Dennis.  A search of the area did not turn up a suspect at the time.

Noah Pond, 37, is being sought by the Brewster Police in connection with several recent crimes.

On Friday, August 20, 2010, a resident in the same area as the prior case, called to report observing a suspicious vehicle, which turned out to be the stolen Lincoln.  Brewster officers responded to the area and when an officer attempted to stop the vehicle, the operator fled, eventually abandoning the vehicle and fleeing into a wooded area on foot.  During the foot pursuit, the officer was able to identify the operator as Noah Pond.  After an extensive search of the area by Brewster and Harwich Police, along with assistance from the Barnstable County Sheriff’s Department K9 Unit, police were unable to locate Pond.

Officers located stolen property in the Lincoln that belonged to the homeowner who reported the break-in on Slough Road.  Police also found stolen property that was identified as belonging to a resident on Archie’s Cartway, whose home was broken into earlier that day (Friday, August 20th).  One additional item that was recovered was an electronic monitoring device that had been cut off.  A check of the serial number showed that the device had been assigned to Noah Pond for monitoring as a result of a prior criminal case.

The Brewster Police Department has obtained arrest warrants for Noah Pond.  Anyone with information relating to his whereabouts is asked to contact the Brewster Police Department at 508-896-7011.

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