Mass. police take searches to the technology highway

Barre chief used Internet, MySpace to find missing girl


By Scott J. Croteau
Telegram & Gazette

WORCESTER, Mass. — While searching for a suspect or a missing person or investigating other types of cases, police continue to use tactics used since the beginning of law enforcement.

They hit the streets, knock on doors, track addresses and seek out informants.

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