Oct 21, 2016 11:45 AM
EPPING — After three men were arrested for an armed home invasion in Epping, a State Trooper and his K-9 partner located the stolen items.
Trooper Devlin and K-9 Wyatt returned to the scene of the Lamprey Village Drive for an article search. As a result of their search, they were able to successfully locate a briefcase and a firearm that the suspect had stolen from the home.
Raul Natareno, Travis Garand and Benjamin Rouser are all in a correctional facility awaiting a hearing on October 27.
All three of the men are accused of the home invasion. The men originally attempted to flee, which prompted a thorough search of the area.
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