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November 30. 2012 9:05PM

Nashua man facing forgery charges

NASHUA - A city man is under arrest, accused of forging checks stolen in a residential burglary last April.

Anthony Villegas, 57, of 3 Oak St., Apt. B, was arrested Thursday and charged with three counts of forgery, all class B felonies.

According to a news release, a burglary was reported on April 27. Later, the victim discovered checks were stolen and cashed at a local bank. Police said an investigation identified Villegas as the person who signed the checks.

Villegas was held at the police station, pending arraignment Friday in 9th Circuit Court-Nashua District Division.


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