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Snack food delivery man charged with thefts on route in Tilton
On April 26, Tilton police were called by the manager of the Tilton Dollar Store, who reported "a wholesale food delivery man was stealing other products from the store each time he came to the store to make deliveries," Cormier said.
Detectives "observed the suspect/delivery man completing numerous thefts on several occasions," Cormier said.
The thefts occurred "without the store's knowledge, eventually leading the store to have unexplained shortages in inventory without sales transactions to account for the missing products," Cormier said.
"The store video confirmed that (Martel) was in fact doing what the store managers suspected. Further investigation revealed he had been doing this in several other stores in the Tilton area, and possibly more, from the 25 total stores on his route," the chief said.
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