Police believe juvenile behind string of car thefts in NH
STEWARTSTOWN (AP) — New Hampshire state police believe a juvenile is behind a string of vehicle thefts in the North Country.
Police investigating an abandoned vehicle that had rolled over on Route 3 in Stewartstown on Sunday learned that it had been stolen from Clarkesville.
As Colebrook police and the U.S. Border Patrol tried to help find the driver, they received a report of a pickup truck stolen from Stratford. Police also learned another vehicle was reported stolen out of Northumberland. That one was found crashed a short distance over the border in Maine, where two additional vehicles were reported stolen.
Police believe the juvenile involved is from Campton and was last seen in Maine. Campton police are investigating two stolen vehicles from their town.
Police say 11 vehicles had been stolen from New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine.