Nov 14, 2015 10:49 AM

Exeter man accused of robbing three Manchester banks in five days

MANCHESTER - A Exeter man accused of robbing three banks over the course of five days is in custody, according to police,

Police have been investigating two robberies on Thursday and Friday. The first was of a TD Bank on 200 Franklin St. and the second, which happened Friday around 6:15 p.m., was at a TD Bank at 1255 South Willow St.

Police had identified Eric D'Aoust, 29, of Exeter as a suspect in both.

Shortly after the second TD Bank robbery, two officers saw man matching the suspect's description walking near Sleepy’s on South Willow Street. They stopped him and positively identified him as D’Aoust. He was arrested on the outstanding warrant for the TD Bank robbery on Nov. 12 and then charged with the robbery on Friday. He was also determined to be a suspect in the robbery of the Granite State Credit Union on Nov. 9.

D’Aoust is scheduled to be arraigned on Monday at 9th Circuit Court-Manchester.


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