Police Make Arrests in Theft from NH Kohl’s After Finding Stolen Merchandise at Campsite
LEBANON — Police arrested a man and his girlfriend after finding a campsite and tent with stolen merchandise.
On Nov. 14, the police department asked for help identifying a man suspected of shoplifting $1,700 worth of merchandise from Kohl's.
With the public's help, police identified the man at Gary Haberland, 29, of Lebanon. During the investigation, police received information about a "suspicious" tent in the woods near Interchange Drive and found a tent and a large amount of merchandise and evidence that connected to tent to Haberland and his girlfriend, Hali Bailey, 23, of Lebanon.
On Saturday, police found Haberland and Bailey at a residence in Lebanon and arrested them.
Police charged Haberland with theft by unauthorized taking, a class A felony, witness tampering, a class B felony and receiving stolen property, a class A felony. He was held on $5,000 cash bail and is scheduled to be arraigned in the Grafton County Superior Court on Monday.
Police charged Bailey with receiving stolen property, a class B misdemeanor and was released on $2,500 personal recognizance bail. She will be arraigned in the Lebanon district court Jan. 22.
The investigation is ongoing and additional charges are anticipated.