DUNBARTON -- Police have made three separate arrests in connection with the theft of a snowplow that was stolen from a driveway on March 6.
Dunbarton Police say Nicholas Chamberland of Manchester, 32, Kimberly Bousquet of Manchester, 31, and Edgar Sepulveda of Manchester, 29, turned themselves in March 19 after arrest warrants were issued.
“It was kind of an odd occurrence,” said Sgt. Chris Remillard. “But it all worked out well because we were able to book and process them. We didn’t have to go out and find them, which was nice for us.”
Chamberland was charged with the class A felony of theft by unauthorized taking, while Bosquet and Sepulveda were charged as accomplices with the class A felony of criminal liability for the conduct of another.
The three suspects were released on personal recognizance bail and will be arraigned in Merrimack County Superior Court on Thursday, April 4.
The plow, a 2013 Fisher XV2 model valued at several thousand dollars, was stolen at approximately 11:42 a.m. at a home on Stark Highway North.
The incident was caught on tape by a security camera.
That same day, police announced the plow theft on social media and released photos of the truck, which led to the anonymous tip that helped investigators locate the suspects.
Police said the plow was recovered in Manchester and has been returned.
The three suspects are also believed to have been involved in the theft of a second snowplow from a residence on Concord Stage Road that is still under investigation. Remillard declined to offer additional information about the ongoing investigation.