Mass. cop shot at jewelry shop
Local television footage shows the police cruiser punctured by numerous bullet holes
The Berkshire Eagle
WOBURN, Mass. — A police officer was shot and wounded during an attempted jewelry store robbery Tuesday morning, and one suspect, also injured, was arrested, authorities said.
The Woburn police officer, identified by authorities as Robert DeNapoli, 51, was shot multiple times and was taken to the Lahey Clinic in nearby Burlington, but "the prognosis is good," state police spokesman David Procopio said.
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