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4 arrested in connection with Strafford County burglaries
Police executed search and arrest warrants Wednesday at 15 Brook Drive and 2 Mason Lane. Seized were jewelry, gaming systems, two safes, drug paraphernalia, a small amount of heroin and various other items. Police said a number of these items have been identified as property stolen during burglaries, including a Wii System taken earlier in the day during a burglary in Somersworth.
Two others were arrested at 15 Brook Drive: James M. Lavoice, 23, of 9 Brook Drive, and Richard Folger, 28, of 15 Brook Drive.
Victims of burglaries in the last two months in the Strafford County area are encouraged to call Detective John Sunderland at the Somersworth Police Department.
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