Jan 7, 2015 12:11 PM
NASHUA - The beloved Villa Banca restaurant closed its doors due to a lack of foot traffic on Main Street in Nashua.
NH1's Jenna Abate investigated and found out that the lack of foot traffic is likely due to an increase in the number of aggressive panhandlers.
One homeless man in Nashua, Larry Lemoine, says a few aggressive panhandlers are giving others a bad name.
"Most real homeless people avoid this. They avoid main stream and the system. They don't want nothing to do with ya."
For more on this story be sure to tune in to NH1 News on WBIN tonight at 10.
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