Man charged in nearly three dozen car break-ins in Tewksbury
A Haverhill man faces 65 charges after allegedly breaking into nearly three dozen cars in Tewksbury over several weeks, officials said.
Keegan MaCrae, 23, was arrested by Tewksbury police Monday after they said he was identified as the suspect of 35 car break-ins within 3 miles of each other, police said in a statement.
Police said the break-ins occurred on Summer, Kent, Marie, Pleasant, Dewey, and Helvetia streets, Heritage and Debra drives, and Pillsbury Avenue.
The suspect was caught on surveillance cameras and police “were able to interact with him and locate some of the property stolen from the breaks in his vehicle,” the statement said.
MaCrae was charged with 35 counts of breaking and entering into a motor vehicle, 20 counts of larceny, five counts of receiving stolen property under $1,200, possession of a dangerous weapon (a double-edged machete), and several other violations.
He was scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in Lowell District Court.