Mar 8, 2016 3:36 PM

Pelham teen charged in store burglary accused of trying to break into Merrimack Firearms

MERRIMACK - A Pelham teen arrested this weekend in connection with a burglary in Pelham now faces charges in Merrimack after police identified him as a suspect in the attempted burglary of Merrimack Firearms late Saturday.

Jonathan Flynn, 18, of 11 Livingston St. Apt. 3, was charged with attempted burglary. Police say they responded to an alarm at the gun shop at 280 D.W. Highway just before midnight, where they found a shattered glass door and blood at the scene. Despite the broken door, no one had been able to enter the store because of extra security measures at the entrance.

Flynn was arrested a short time thereafter by Pelham police outside a convenience store that also had been broken into early Sunday morning.

Flynn is being held at the Hillsborough County jail in Manchester on $10,000 cash bail. A probable cause hearing is scheduled in Merrimack Distrcit Court on March 17.

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