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Police need help to solve burglaries in Salem
Salem police say the driver of this car, a Lincoln LS, used a stolen credit card taken in a burglary on Zion Hill Road to fill up with gas at the local Hess station.
SALEM — Police are asking for the public’s help in solving five residential burglaries that happened over the past nine days across the town.
Homes on Zion Hill Road, Sylvan Drive, Hazelwood and Elizabeth Lane were burglarized.
In a break-in Monday of a Zion Hill Road residence, the burglar stole a credit card and then used it to fill up a Lincoln LS at the Hess station, police said in a news release. The burglar also charged about $1,000 worth of jewelry at the Mall at Rockingham Park.
Police released photographs of the beige/tan Lincoln and of a man inside the Hess station they believe is responsible for Monday’s burglary.
An accomplice was also in the car and with the burglar when he was looking at jewelry in a mall store, police said.
It is possible one of the men walks with a limp, according to investigators.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 893-1911 or leave a tip with Southern N.H. Crimeline at 893-6600.
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