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Feb 14, 2017 1:12 PM

Authorities at home, businesses belonging to state Rep. and Manchester alderman Katsiantonis

NH1.com

MANCHESTER — Authorities are at the home and businesses of a New Hampshire state representative who is also a Queen City alderman.

Marked and unmarked police cars are on scene of Thomas Katsiantonis' home at 45 Glen Bloom Drive. Katsiantonis also owns Tommy K's Sports Bar & Restaurant at 2323 Brown Ave. and Grand Slam Pizza at 331 S. Mammoth Road.

Tommy K's is normally open at 11 a.m., according to it's website, but the parking lot was empty Tuesday and the doors were locked. No one answered the phone at the business around 1 p.m. An employee answered the phone at Grand Slam pizza but had no information in regards to a police search. There was a police cruiser on scene at the business at the time.

Only one marked cruiser appeared outside Katsiantonis' home on Glen Bloom Drive around 1 p.m.

It's unclear why they are at the home and businesses at this time. NH1 News will have updates as they become available.

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