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Manchester residents help police nab alleged prowlers
In one case, two men detained one of the suspects until police arrived to take him into custody.
Police said they determined Gagne’s inventory had been taken from cars in the neighborhood and charged him with receiving stolen property and prowling.
Officers said they found a man who matched the description given by the witness in possession of cell phones, scratch tickets and sunglasses.
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