The Smithfield Police Department is offering to run BCI checks for parents volunteering in the schools (Smithfield residents only) free of charge. Please bring your photo ID and visit the Smithfield Police Department, Tuesdays through Fridays between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. to have your BCI check completed.
The Smithfield Police are asking Town residents for their help in solving a rash of residential breaking & enterings in the Ridge Road, Stillwater Road and Douglas Pike (southeast) area of Georgiaville/Esmond. In the last three months, the Smithfield Police have responded to numerous residential breaking & enterings.
Most breaking & enterings appear to have happened during the afternoon and early evening hours. Residents are asked to secure their residence, even if they are only leaving for a short period of time. Residents are also asked to report any suspicious persons or vehicles in their neighborhoods, to the Smithfield Police, as soon as possible.
Anyone with information may contact the Smithfield Police at 401-231-2500 or our TIPS line at 401-233-1019, if they wish to remain anonymous.
See more information on a possible suspect here: https://smithfieldpd.com/breaking-entering-investigation/
In addition to jewelry, credit cards and check books were taken. At 4:30 pm that same day, the victim’s credit card was used at a convenience store in Seekonk, MA.
The suspect is seen pumping gas and also going into the convenience store. The suspect’s vehicle is described as a newer model white van.
If you have any information about the identity of this person or where they are, please contact:
Smithfield Police Department: 401-231-2500 x 122
Investigator: Detective Sergeant Gregg Catlow
More information on the Rhode Island Most Wanted website