Police: Woman connected to NH Market Basket robbery found with heroin, stolen car
SALEM — Salem police arrested a Manchester woman suspected of taking part in a robbery at the Londonderry Market Basket.
On Monday, an officer observed a car reported stolen out of Manchester in a Walmart parking lot located on North Broadway in Salem.
The vehicle matched the description given following a robbery in the Londonderry Market Basket parking lot where two women allegedly stole a woman's purse and dragged her several feet with their car.
Angela Tremblay, 31, faces one count of receiving stolen property, one count of possession of a controlled drug - heroin and one count of breach of bail out of Salem. She had been out on bail for a prior drug arrest in Salem on April 29.
Tremblay was arraigned for the three charges and is being held on $10,000 cash or surety bail. A probable cause hearing has been scheduled for June 8.
Londonderry police charged Tremblay with reckless conduct - placing another in danger and robbery.
Tremblay has an arraignment scheduled for Wednesday for the charges out of Londonderry.
The second suspect in the Market Basket robbery has not yet been identified.