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Teen accused of Nashua burglary
NASHUA — A 15-year-old boy is accused of burglarizing a Lock Street home over the weekend.
Police said they were called just after 5:30 p.m. Sunday to the Lock Street residence. The homeowner, who knows the teen, told police the youth had entered the home and stolen various items while they were out.
Detectives investigated the incident and the teen was arrested a short time later. He is charged with delinquent child, burglary, class B felony.
He was released to a parent, pending a hearing in juvenile court. A class B felony delinquent child charge is punishable by up to minority confinement at the Youth Detention Services Unit.
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