Sep 16, 2015 3:16 PM
CONCORD – The owner and one employee of the EZ Computer and iPhone Repair store in Goffstown were arrested Tuesday for allegedly buying and reselling stolen property.
According to Concord Police, the owner, Kyle Perkins, was arrested after a warrant was issued for his business.
The warrant alleged that several items of stolen property from home burglaries were being bought and sold within the repair store.
Perkins was charged with two counts of receiving stolen property and one felony charge because one of the alleged stolen items was a firearm.
Chad Fennessey, an employee at the store, was also arrested on one count of receiving stolen property.
Concord Police continue to investigate the store.
The stores are not affiliated with NH iPhone Repair located in Bedford.
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