Boothbay Harbor man wanted in connection to dozens of burglaries

Posted March 29, 2013, at 12:46 p.m.
Last modified April 11, 2013, at 6:14 p.m.
Ronald Fuller
Boothbay Harbor Police Department
Ronald Fuller

BOOTHBAY HARBOR — A 62-year-old man is wanted on warrants for burglary and theft in connection with dozens of commercial and residential burglaries in at least two counties.

Ronald Fuller of Boothbay Harbor was last seen Tuesday, according to a release from Boothbay Harbor Police Chief Bob Hasch.

On Tuesday, Boothbay Harbor police, along with federal probation officers, executed a search warrant at Fuller’s home and seized items allegedly related to several burglaries.

Officers searched a neighbor’s home Wednesday, and located “a large amount of items of interest,” according to the release.

Altogether, Boothbay Harbor police, working with investigators from Lincoln and Sagadhoc counties, have seized items — some of high value — related to dozens of commercial and residential burglaries spanning at least two counties, the release states.

The items were allegedly stolen from communities as far away as 25 miles.

Investigators encourage police departments working on open burglary cases to call the Boothbay Harbor Police Department at 633-5616.

A call to Hasch was not immediately returned Friday.

CORRECTION:

A previous version of this story incorrectly named the man who police arrested as Roland Fuller.

His name is Ronald Fuller.

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