Manchester Police Searching for Attempted Armed Robbery Suspect - NBC10 Boston

Manchester Police Searching for Attempted Armed Robbery Suspect

Police describe the suspect as being a 5'8", thin man last seen wearing a black jacket, a black mask and black gloves.

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    Manchester Police Searching for Attempted Armed Robbery Suspect
    Manchester Police Dept.

    Police in Manchester, New Hampshire, are looking for a suspect wanted in connection to an attempted armed robbery.

    According to police, they responded to Uncle Bob's Market located at 435 Kelley Street for a report of an attempted armed robbery at about 8:15 p.m. Saturday.

    When officers arrived on scene, they say the suspect had already fled the store without getting anything.

    An officer conducted a K9 track, but was unable to locate the suspect.

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    Police describe the suspect as being a 5'8", thin man last seen wearing a black jacket, a black mask and black gloves.

    Police ask anyone with information to contact the Manchester Police Department at 603-668-8711 and reference case 19-571. You can also contact the Manchester Police Crimeline at 603-664-4040.

    Police say anyone who provides a tip that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible could be eligible for a cash reward.


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