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Mass. man accused of Nashua bomb threat, wife accused of shoplifting
Police say Matthew and Alicia Chapman of Pepperell, Mass., allegedly removed price tags from items and replaced them with lower price tag amounts on Sunday evening at Kohl’s department store.
Matthew Chapman, 36, was charged with criminal liability to theft by deception and false reports of explosives. His wife, 27, was charged with theft by deception.
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