Feb 18, 2016 4:31 PM
DOVER - A Rochester man arrested last week in connection with a burglary in Portsmouth has been charged with several burglaries in Dover.
Matthew Temple, 34, of 56A Lafayette St. in Rochester, was arrested Friday by Portsmouth police. He was subsequently identified as a suspect in four other burglaries in Dover that took place between Feb. 5 and Feb. 12.
All of the burglaries took place during daytime hours and targeted jewelry. The residences hit included homes on Hubbard Road, Gladiola Way, Prospect Street and Glen Hill Road.
Temple refused the services of a bail commissioner and will be arraigned at 1 p.m. in
the Strafford County Superior Court on Feb. 19.
Dover police are continuing to investigate four other residential burglaries or attempted burglaries that occurred on County Farm Road, Lexington Street, and Cote Drive.
In the meantime, police continue to remind residents to lock their doors and windows, and to report any
suspicious activity to the police department.
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