‘This is unusual’: Marshfield Police investigating house break-in

Marshfield Police investigating house break-in

MARSHFIELD, Mass. — Linda Evans says she feels violated after someone broke into her Marshfield home in broad daylight.

Evans left her home around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday morning and when she came home a few hours later, she found her Mac laptop and thousands of dollars worth of jewelry gone. Some of the jewelry belongs to her late mother.

“It’s like a string of pearls. Her pearls,” said Evans, who has lived in Marshfield for decades and is stunned this happened to her.

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Marshfield Police Chief Phil Tavares says they have officers in the area working the case.

“It’s a great neighborhood, we haven’t had many house breaks in a long time. This is unusual,” said Tavares.

A neighbor captured a black Toyota Rav4 with a dented front license plate in the area and a dark-colored Ford Escape. Police want to talk to the driver of these cars and hope the public can help.

“I can’t shake this feeling that I’m being watched, which is another thing I hate to feel,” said Evans.

Police are reminding residents to lock their doors and leave the lights on. If you have any information, call police.