Oct 5, 2015 12:10 PM

Suspected Concord Sears drill thief who made 'chicken noises' at employees arrested


CONCORD – The man accused making "chicken noises" when confronted during an alleged drill robbery, is in custody.

According to police, Nathan Lesage of Manchester, is accused of trying to steal about $900 worth of drills in September from the Sears store on Loudon Road.

Store employees said Lesage was trying to steal about $900 worth of DeWalt drills when they confronted him and he made what is described as "chicken noises."

Police released the surveillance footage and received many tips identifying the suspect as Lesage.

Lesage is also accused of another drill robbery in September, in which he successfully stole two DeWalt drills.

Lesage was arrested and arraigned Monday.


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