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Londonderry man faces burglary charge following home break-in
Shortly after midnight on Monday, Londonderry police received a call from a homeowner reporting the presence of an intruder, Detective Chris Olson said.
Windham and Londonderry police arrived on the scene within minutes, and officers heard noises coming from a nearby barn.
After a subject was spotted running into the woods, a Londonderry police dog unit began pursuing him, with Hudson police officers staging nearby.
Police arrested Sean Paul Koehler, 24, following the search.
Olson said an investigation of the burglarized home later revealed that the suspect accessed the home by ripping through a screen on the first floor. The homeowner reported that her flat-screen television had been removed from a wall and her car keys were missing.
Police later discovered the stolen car keys next to a fresh set of footprints in the email@example.com
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