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(NECN: Josh Brogadir, Concord, Mass.) - They've been on Massachusetts' most wanted list for the past four months. Today, a couple in their 70's faces a judge. They're charged with defrauding several inns out of thousands of dollars. Benjamin and Jane Wolff first turned themselves in at Concord District Court Friday. Today they made another appearance, this time in Newburyport, to answer charges they bilked thousands out of the unsuspecting owners of bed and breakfasts. A lovely couple. Or so it seemed. Benjamin and Jane Wolff, both in their 70s, stayed at the Hawthorne Inn in Concord, Massachusetts for close to three weeks, then owners Marilyn Mudry and Gregory Burch say they paid the bill with checks that couldn't be cashed - a loss for the bed and breakfast of more than 35-hundred dollars, in what authorities have called a scam. Gregory: "The sad part about this is not that the money lost, it's almost as if they've been shoplifting, they've shoplifted trust, they've shoplifted time, they've shoplifted our services." The Wolffs were arraigned Tuesday in Newburyport District Court for not paying a bill of more than $1000, one of four inns in town and cities in Massachusetts, including Waltham, Concord, and Rockport, where they allegedly scammed inn owners - staying then not paying. The Hawthorne Inn's owners are upset at what they see as people who preyed on their kindness and the trust of others. Gregory: "I'm saddened because I trust people and I believe people and there's goodness everywhere and to have someone cloak themselves in goodness when they aren't is very deceitful and I think it's harmful for all those nice folks out there. It hurts us all, it just hurts society." Some of what Gregory Burch was referring to, Concord Police is investigating other alleged scams involving the Wolffs. They would not be more specific because they did not want to compromise the investigation. They ask that you call them, if you have other information.