As the Fourth of July and summer celebrations approach, Chief Larry Fisher and Chief Eric Shears would like to remind residents that the use of fireworks is illegal in Massachusetts.
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Residents may notice an increased police presence in town today, due to an ongoing state police investigation. There is no danger or threat to public safety, however.
The Merrimac Police Department is investigating after a child reported being approached by a suspicious person yesterday afternoon.
MERRIMAC — Police Chief Eric M. Shears reports that the Merrimac Police Department has received an increase in resident reports of aggressive phone calls from scam artists pretending to represent the Internal Revenue Service.
MERRIMAC — Chief Eric M. Shears and the Merrimac Police Department would like to remind both drivers and motorcyclists to use caution and share the road.
MERRIMAC – Police Chief Eric M. Shears reports that the Merrimac Police Department, after a pursuit, arrested a man this afternoon in connection with a breaking and entering in town.