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Farmington clothing may be linked to burglary

Union Leader Correspondent

March 19. 2012 4:18PM
While investigating the March 13 robbery of the local Rite-Aid, Farmington police discovered a pullover, Faded Glory zippered shirt and two mismatched gloves believed to have been worn by the man who broke through the ceiling of the pharmacy, who was caught on the store's surveillance video. 

FARMINGTON - Police are asking for help identifying the person who broke through the roof of the Rite-Aid Pharmacy during the early morning hours of March 13.

Lt. Kevin Willey said the person entered the local pharmacy by crashing through the ceiling before 2 a.m., as documented by footage from security cameras. He added that the person, who police believe is a man based on his build, attempted to steal prescription drugs before leaving through the roof.

During the course of the investigation, the department recovered clothing in a wooded area near the pharmacy. In an attempt to identify the suspect, the department is releasing photos of clothing that was recovered. The clothing items, a Faded Glory zippered pullover sweatshirt and two mismatched gloves, match the clothing and gloves worn by the suspect in the pharmacy's surveillance video, according to police.

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