Stolen vehicle pulled from Lake Quinsigamond on Shrewsbury side; fire and police


SHREWSBURY - A Ford Edge, stolen while its owner Justin Frustaci of Whitinsville attended a WooSox game Wednesday, is pulled from Lake Quinsigamond.

SHREWSBURY – Sometime during the eighth inning, Justin Frustaci felt like the WooSox – down, 8-0, at the time – were losing their edge.

What Frustaci didn’t know was that Wednesday night he, too, would lose his Edge: a 2014 Ford Edge he’d parked on Lafayette Street when he attended his first game at Polar Park.

Frustaci was pretty happy to find a spot on the street where he wouldn’t have to pay to park. He arrived at the game about 6:30 p.m., bought the requisite WooSox ball cap emblazoned with a red “W,” and made his way to his seat.

While the park left him impressed, the team’s lackluster performance had him headed back to his car during the eighth inning.

“I watched the game. They were getting their (expletives) kicked, 8-zip, so I left, and when I got to my car, it wasn’t there,” he said.



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