Gun stolen in robbery
Quincy Police are looking for suspects involved in allegedly stealing a firearm from a Quincy home.
According to police, the homeowner returned to his Jackson Street home at approximately 10:22 p.m. on Thursday to discover that someone had broken into his house.
His new TV, Macbook laptop, and Ruger 9mm handgun were all missing, police said.
Police are continuing to investigate the incident.
According to Quincy Police, the suspect allegedly robbed the Rockland Trust on Quincy Avenue on Sept. 4, demanding money from the teller while masked.
A similar suspect was described robbing the US Gas Station on Sept. 13. According to police, in that instance, the masked suspect threatened the clerk with a knife before taking a large sum of money. The suspect then got into a car and fled.
Police used surveillance tapes from the robberies to identify the suspect, who they arrested at the Gaslight Village in Weymouth on Sept. 14.
Johnny Camejo, 35, from Weymouth was subsequently charged with two counts armed robbery while masked, intimidation to steal from a bank, and larceny over $250.
Police believe the same man may have been involved in an additional robbery in Weymouth.