Feb 23, 2015 9:50 AM
2nd arrest in jewelry theft/pawn shop scam
NASHUA - Police in Nashua have made a second arrest in a jewelry theft/pawn shop scam.
Police say 26 year-old Joshua Syndell turned himself in on Friday on an arrest warrant for receiving stolen property. Investigators say he took jewelry stolen by his wfie from her job at Tradeland in Nashua and tried to sell it at area pawn shops.
Syndell's wife, Sarah Cox, was arrested on January 30th for her role and is facing charges of with Theft by Unauthorized Taking or Transfer and Theft by Deception.
Syndell is facing up to 15 years in prison if convicted. He's scheduled to appear for arraignment at March 26th.