Monday night, and with guns and rifles camped outside a Beaver Park Road home for hours, thinking a Wareham home invasion suspect may be inside.
Framingham Police Lt. Ron Brandolini said the department was responding to a report that a Wareham home invasion suspect was in the house.
Last Thursday, May 17, four men broke in an East Wareham home just after midnight, according to police.
The victims, two women and a man, told police that the men were masked and had guns. During the incident the men took an undetermined amount of cash and jewelry. Police said that the women reported being sexually assaulted during the robbery.
Two suspects were arrested on Thursday. A third person was arrested Thursday night. All three were charged with armed home invasion, two counts aggravated rape, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery, destruction of property over $250, assault in a dwelling while armed and possession of a firearm without an FID.
Police are still looking for a fifth suspect James Gomes, 21, who is considered to be armed and dangerous. Gomes, according to Wareham police, is a black male, 6'2" to 6'3", 175 lbs., with brown eyes, black hair and a mustache.
It is not known, if Framingham Police thought the suspect caught in Georgia Tuesday or the fifth suspect still at large, was the one who could have been at the Beaver Park Road home.