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*** UPDATE *** - The subject has been identified. Lebanon Police Request Public Assistance in Identifying Theft SuspectOn January 18, 2020, a wallet was dropped on the ground at a local bank and was subsequently picked up by someone other than the owner. Later that morning, the victim’s credit card was used at two gas stations in Lebanon, charging a total of $308.90. The male seen in the photo below used the credit card to obtain merchandise from the stores without authorization of the card holder. Surveillance video from one of the stores shows he was seen in a dark colored Volkswagen sedan with Vermont license plates. The Lebanon Police Department is asking for assistance in identifying the subject in the surveillance photograph below. Anyone with information on the identity of this subject is asked to contact Lebanon Police Officer Tyler Hewes at 603-448-1212. Information on the identity of this subject can also be submitted anonymously to our Tip Line, 603-448-CLUE, or online at LebanonNH.gov/CLUE. ... See MoreSee Less
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I am fairly confident He was hitchhiking today out of Enfield towards Lebanon on Rt 4 at about 2pm
The only thing missing is a name tag. Im sure they'll supply that soon enough!
Now that’s a face you’d know if you knew him.
such a bad neighbor
How do you spend $308.90 at a gas station merchandise? I mean I can see in gas or cash with lotto tickets.
Glad they caught the dirtbag. Finally a business that invested in good cameras!
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Well I guess I'm a little insulted. you say old people shouldn't be driving? we we are in our 60's and we drive alot. we bought a car wth all the bells & whistles. we follow the speed limits & are careful. Do you know what we witness as we drive to fl. People on their phones on 95. I'm not talking 1 or 2 I'm talking at least a 100 people. you know the age group? 18 up to about 45. they never follow speed limits, they weave in traffic, honk if your 2 seconds at a green light, & 90% of them are on phones. So before you blame us who aren't in you circle of elderly care don't say all elderly. most of us have been around long enough to know what's going on I assure you that the amt of elderly driving is a lot less then those using phones. It's not what you say it's how you say it!
You should be more scared of the elderly driving on the roads... I'm in home care and it SHOCKS me at the number of clients I have that still drive and their families and the dmv can not take away their licenses with out alot of proof. And even then it's hard to take it away. Be scared of the elderly driving not the kids.
That intersection is very dangerous, visibility it's awful around vehicles parked on the street.
Probably a 16 year old. Which in my mind is still way too young to be driving.
Check security cameras if available to see how accident happened. It may answer lots of questions.
Adree sista... Even though I have a Grandchild 16 yrs old w a license.
this was a hit and run she did not stop she left
Pellet Stove Cause of Fire on MondayOn Monday, Jan. 20, the Claremont Fire Department responded to 69 Chestnut Street, a single-family residence, for a structure fire.Claremont Safety Services Dispatch Center received the call and dispatched the fire department at 7:39 a.m. First arriving fire units were on scene at 7:41 a.m. and reported smoke emitting from the front entrance of the residence but no fire showing. According to Claremont Fire Chief Bryan Burr, once fire crews were able to make entry, they encountered heavy charring of the wood flooring and smoke conditions on all levels of the story and a half home. They also found that the fire burned a large hole in the floor of the living room near the front of a pellet stove. The fire was under control at 7:48 a.m. The home sustained moderate smoke damage and significant structural damage to the floor and floor support members. The fire was deemed accidental. The home was reported to be insured, said Burr. Crews stayed on scene until 9:01 a.m. ... See MoreSee Less
No specific what or how the pellet stove started the fire. I assume no fire proofing between the pellet stove and the floor???
NEVER OPEN THE DOOR WHILE THE STOVE IS RUNNING HOT!!
DO NOT BURN WOOD CHUNKS OR TRASH IN THE STOVE😳
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