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Londonderry man charged with airport thefts

By PAUL FEELY
New Hampshire Union Leader

February 13. 2018 11:50PM
STEVEN MATLOFF 



LONDONDERRY — A Londonderry man faces three charges of theft after police say a search of a vehicle in a long-term parking lot at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport resulted in the recovery of several stolen items.

According to Londonderry Police Det. Chris Olson, Steven Matloff of Old Coach Road in Londonderry was arrested at his home on Feb. 5 on three theft charges stemming from an incident at the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport last month. Matloff was taken into custody on a warrant without incident, and later released on personal recognizance bail.

According to Olson, Londonderry police began an investigation after a computer monitor was reported missing from a business in a secure area of the airport. A review of security footage from the inside of the airport as well as exterior cameras led police to identify Matloff as a suspect in the case.

Olson said his department’s investigation led officers to a vehicle parked in one of the long-term parking lots at the airport. A search warrant was obtained for the vehicle, and police recovered the stolen computer monitor from inside the vehicle, as well as several other items that were stolen from the business.

Before this incident, police say three other computer monitors were reported stolen from secure areas of the airport over the past few years. Olson said his department is working to determine whether or not this latest incident is connected to the three prior thefts.

pfeely@unionleader.com


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