Hudson police searching for car stolen out of a Burger King parking lot
HUDSON- Local police are on the look-out for a male subject who stole a car from the parking lot of Burger King Saturday morning.
Hudson Police Lt. Kevin DiNapoli said the theft was reported at approximately 10:36 a.m. Saturday by the owner of a bright green 1995 Dodge Neon, who said the vehicle had been stolen out of the restaurant parking lot on Flagstone Drive.
According to radio communications, the key to the vehicle was inside the car when it was stolen.
DiNapoli said a male subject was seen leaving the parking lot in the vehicle and heading west on Lowell Road.
The suspect in the theft is described as a white male in his 20s or 30s.
Police issued an alert asking area departments to look out for the vehicle, but as of Saturday afternoon it had not been found.
DiNapoli said anyone with information into the theft or who may have seen the vehicle after the time it was stolen is asked to call the Hudson Police Department at 886-6011.
“The public’s help would be great,” he said. “It definitely can’t hurt.”
- DANIELLE CURTIS