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Barrington man charged with burglary
DOVER – Members of the U.S. Marshall’s Joint Fugitive Task Force apprehended a Barrington man Wednesday whom police said is connected to a series of recent residential burglaries in the city.
After he was arrested for allegedly violating the terms of his conditional release on a warrant for a previous burglary, Kevin Agnew, 24, whose last known address is 35 Quaker Lane in Barrington, was taken to Strafford County Jail. The following day, Dover police charged him with five counts of burglary which police said occurred along between May 8 and 14.
Agnew, who remains held on $35,000 cash bail, is scheduled to be arraigned Friday at 10:45 a.m. in Dover Circuit Court.
Police said the burglaries occurred in residential neighborhoods on Blackwater Road, Watson Road, Glen Hill Road, Spruce Lane and Henry Law Avenue. Investigators believe Agnew was allegedly looking for jewelry and prescription medications in the homes when no one was present, police said.
Local investigators have been working with area police, including their counterparts in Berwick, Maine, and Rochester, who have shared information and helped with leads.
Police continue to investigate the matter and advice residents to lock their doors and windows, secure valuable items – in both home and vehicles - and to report any suspicious activity to local authorities.
Anyone with information about these burglaries or similar incidents is asked to call the Dover Police Department at (603) 742-4646. Those wishing to remain anonymous can provide information to the Dover Crimeline at (603) 749-6000 or at www.dovernhcrimeline.org.
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