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Dover man arrested for two business burglaries last summer
Jamie Lanciano, 27, of 38 New York St., Apt. E, Dover, is charged with robbing the Quick To Go service station and convenience store, 547 Central Ave., the night of July 16-17, and Gold Rush Coin and Jewelry the night of July 22-23.
Police say Lanciano took cash, cigarettes, tools, and lottery tickets in the Quick to Go break and $50 in change from Gold Rush Coin.
Lanciano was previously charged with receiving stolen property in August in connection with the Quick to Go robbery
He was also charged with theft of cash from a vehicle on New Rochester Road during the night of July 16-17 and with disorderly conduct as a result of an incident this past Monday, when police say he smashed several car windows on New York Street.
Lanciano has been charged with two counts of burglary, Class B felonies; theft by unauthorized taking, also a Class B felony; and disorderly conduct, a violation.
He was held on $50,000 cash bail at the Strafford County House of Correction. He will be arraigned in the 7th Circuit Court, Dover District Division, Friday morning.
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