Police are swarming the area around the Sovereign Bank branch at 38 Leo Birmingham Parkway, looking for the man who held the branch up around 9:20 a.m.
He's described as black, medium height, with a gap between his front teeth. He was wearing a blue Sox cap, a bright red hoodie and black pants. He displayed a black handgun.
Stanley Staco and WBZ report that around 1:30 a.m., four masked gunmen burst into an apartment on New Whitney Street in the Mission Park development and kidnapped a 16-year-old girl - after first using zipties to restrain her mother
About 50 minutes later, the teen was found outside a Dunkin' Donuts on Adams Street in Dorchester Lower Mills, her wrists still bound.
Two Mattapan men were ordered held in lieu of $200,000 bail each today at their arraignment on charges they resorted to gunfire when barred from a party on Evans Street late Saturday night, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
The residents were tied up. Police are looking for a black Chrysler sedan seen fleeing the scene with three occupants, all black and all described as large. The car, which may have a gun in it, has a partial Mass. registration of 4120.
Updated Wednesday morning.
A man was shot in the chest and stomach around 10:15 p.m. at 85 Monument St.
Friends are mourning the loss of Steven Jones, Boston's fifth murder victim since the Marathon.
Boston Police report Jones, found outside, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police were looking for a Hispanic man, 5'9", skinny, 20-23, in beige shorts and with tattoos across his stomach. He was accompanied by two women.
Boston Police report delivery men for two separate Chinese restaurants were held up on the same Dorchester street last week.
Around 1:40 p.m. last Wednesday, a delivery worker for Hong Kong Chef at 47 Topliff St. was held up at knifepoint there by three men who'd been sitting on the front porch of 43 Topliff when he pulled up. The suspects were described as three black men, one armed with a knife.
Boston Police report a man shot Sunday evening died.
Malcolm Campbell of South Boston was 23.
According to police, Campbell was shot around 7:50 p.m. in the area of Howard Avenue and Wayland Street.
Police say security guards nearby reported hearing six shots. Officers responding to the shooting first spotted a purple PT Cruiser speeding away from the scene on Howard Avenue and then came upon Campbell lying on the ground. He was rushed to Boston Medical Center, where he died.
A man sitting in a car with Tennessee plates at Draper and Westville streets was shot around 10:10 p.m.
Police were looking for two suspects, both black men, one short in a red hoodie, one tall in a green sweater.
A car spotted fleeing from the scene was registered to somebody in Roslindale, and about an hour later, police began investigating a car and possible witnesses at the McDonald's on American Legion Highway in Roslindale.
Police are investigating reports of repeated shots around 10:30 p.m. on Regent Street in Roxbury. About 25 minutes later, a man showed up at Boston Medical Center with gunshot wounds to the leg.
Shortly before 10 p.m. No victim on the scene, but evidence of at least three shots fired - including a bullet that wound up inside 154 Heath St. A gun was also recovered.
Police are swarming the area between New Chardon, Haymarket and North Station after people reported gunfire around 4:30 p.m. outside the Brooke Courthouse. Witnesses saw several men being put in cruisers.
Darrell Daniel reports yellow crime-scene tape around entrances to the Government Center garage; Meg Hoffman and Leslie report police and tape from the Brooke courthouse to the Beer Works on Canal Street and Haymarket.
Around 7 p.m. on Bird Street, off Magnolia. Police recovered seven shell casings not long after; however, both vehicles were gone by the time officers arrived.
Washington Street is shut between Cummins Highway and Forest Hills tonight as police investigate violence at Washington and Stellman Road that left at least one person near death. Police were looking for three mean who fled into the nearby Archdale project.