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March 23. 2013 6:02PM

Men claiming to be FBI agents make early-morning visit to Channel 9


Jeremy Lamy, left, and Robert Wilder 

MANCHESTER — Two men were arrested on trespassing charges after they allegedly went to the office of WMUR-TV, Channel 9, early Saturday claiming to be FBI agents.

Jeremy Lamy, 28, of Manchester, and Robert Wilder, 21, of Bow, were able to enter the television station at 100 South Commercial St., about 4:30 a.m. and claimed to be FBI agents who "wanted to get their story out," police Sgt. John Patti said.

"The way they were speaking made them sound as if they were creepy and weird," Patti said.

Patti said the men were able to enter the television station through an outside door.


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