Good Still Pawn burlarized in one of several Manchester break-ins
MANCHESTER - Police are investigating whether several businesses burglarized in the Queen City on Tuesday night are related.
Several stores were robbed within minutes of one another within a short distance.
At 12:15 a.m. police responded to Good Still Pawn at 270 Armory St. for an activated alarm. Upon arrival, police noticed the front door had been smashed. The owner of the business determined several electronic devices had been stolen, but no suspects were located.
The owner there, Luke Nelson, said he caught the suspects on camera.
"They broke through the front door, they tried to break through the second door, but the second door wasn't even locked so they broke my second door for no reason at all. Then they came in here and they obviously have been in here before because they went for the exact thing they wanted," said Nelson.
They made off with $600 worth of iPads, iPhones, and Beats Headphones. The suspects caused $900 worth in damage.
Nelson says he may even know one of the suspects and is working with police to identify him.
"The one guy was wearing very distinct bleach jeans. I feel like if someone see's these jeans they'll catch the guy," said Nelson.
Anyone with information about any the incident is asked to contact Manchester Police at 668-8711. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can report a tip to Manchester Crimeline at 624-4040.