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of the Week:

Amber Blackman

Amber Blackman 

The U.S. Marshals Service District of New Hampshire/Joint Fugitive Task Force has named Amber Naomi Blackman as New Hampshire’s fugitive of the week.

Blackman, 23, is wanted on warrants from Merrimack County for failure to appear on charges of drug possession, willful concealment, obstruction and probation violations.

She has an extensive criminal history, including a 2- to 4-year suspended jail sentence, which is likely to be imposed upon her arrest.

Blackman is described as 5-feet-7, 130 pounds, with hazel eyes and blond hair. She has tattoos on her chest, back, neck, and fingers on her left hand, and scars on both forearms.

She has also used the names Alyssa Blackman, Amber Blackmon and Amber Eades. She has friends and associates in the Manchester area.

The U.S. Marshals Service advises the public not to attempt to apprehend a fugitive, who should be considered armed and dangerous. Instead, report any information to the U.S. Marshals Service’s Concord office at 225-1632 or call 1-877-WANTED-2 or text “NHTIP” with any information to TIP411.

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