Police: Plymouth Twins And Man Responsible For Cohasset Area Break-Ins
HINGHAM (CBS) – Police say twin sisters and a man are responsible for a series of home break-ins in Hingham and Cohasset.
Police arrested 21-year-old twin sisters Ashley and Brittney Sullivan of Plymouth and Robert E. Hudson, 23, of Plymouth and charged them with breaking and entering in the daytime for felony, larceny and conspiracy after learning new information about a series of break-ins over the summer.
In July, the three were arrested on warrants after a traffic stop in Cohasset. During that arrest, police found jewelry and other items they believed were stolen.
After an investigation involving multiple police departments, police charged the three. Police later found stolen items at area pawn shops, some of which had already been sold.
Police say the three would select homes without garages so they could be certain no one was home. The three would pose as landscapers and carry information with them, police said.
Police believe one of the sisters would drive the car and park down the street. The other sister would stand outside the home in case a resident came to the door.
Hudson would then enter the home through a side door, not visible from the street.
Hudson is currently being held at Plymouth County House of Corrections. Brittany Sullivan is being held at MCI Framingham. Ashley Sullivan was arrested Saturday and police did not say if she is currently being held.