HINGHAM, MASS. (WHDH) - A Quincy woman is facing burglary charges after allegedly breaking into a Hingham house Sept. 6 and being tracked down by a K9 unit, police said.
Officers responding to reports of a break-in on Middle Street at 12:15 a.m. found a resident who said she found a woman wearing several of the resident’s jackets and carrying a bag, police said.
When the resident told the woman to leave, she allegedly walked out with the bag and wearing the jackets.
Officers searched the area and a K9 found the woman in some bushes near a home on School Street, police said. Officers allegedly found several jackets, a pair of sneakers, and a car key fob that belonged to the Middle Street resident next to the woman.
Lindsey Tyler Hurld, 36, was charged with breaking and entering for a felony, receiving stolen property of more than $1,200 and disturbing the peace.
She was arraigned at Hingham District Court.
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