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HARWICH – Welcome to the new Harwich Police Department website! We will be updating the information on the website very shortly and periodically to keep Harwich residents and website visitors updated on their community news, alerts and other important information.

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Good Afternoon:
The Harwich Police Department is investigating a reported break into a motor vehicle on Mary Beth Lane last evening. The suspect smashed a window on a vehicle and stole items from inside.

A second incident occurred last evening on Partridge Lane. The suspect tried unsuccessfully to smash the window. The window did not break and nothing was removed from the car.

The HPD is investigating these incidents and are reminding the public to report any suspicious activity in your neighborhood.
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Monomoy Regional High School concluded its first Homecoming Week last week. There were many events organized by students, faculty, and Monomoy's first School Resource Officer, Officer Tom Clarke of HPD.

Officer Clarke continues to be a great asset to the Monomoy community and we are proud to call him one of HPD's finest!

One of the events was a talk from a nationally known speaker on the dangers of drinking and driving. Mark Manion is a speaker/author with an incredible true story. Mark is paralyzed and in a wheelchair, the result of being struck by a drunk driver. He was on a cross-country bicycle trip with his best friend and cousin Mike when it happened. They were just teenagers. Mark's best friend was killed, and Mark literally almost lost his head and was left totally paralyzed from the neck down. After many months, with lots of prayer and hard work, he did regain some movement but still requires a wheelchair to get around.
A big thank you to Mark for telling his motivational and inspirational story to the students.

Also featured during the week was a Powderpuff Football game and a visit from the Harlem Wizards!

Monomoy should be proud of the dedicated students and faculty that are helped put together such a successful first Homecoming Weekend for the school!

Check out the photos from the events of the past week. (9 photos)
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