Sep 26, 2016 10:01 AM
GOFFSTOWN — Recent thefts at an industrial park area has led to the arrest of two men.
Daniel Cote, 35 and homeless, and John Dubois, 23 of Auburn, were inside the secured property of the Goffstown Self Storage after business hours, police said. Officers responded to the scene to address the suspicious activity.
When the officers confronted the two men, Cote and Dubois fled on foot for a short distance before being apprehended, police said.
Cote and Dubois were both charged with attempt to commit theft, conspiracy to commit theft, theft from a motor vehicle, criminal trespassing, resisting arrest or detention, and prowling.
Both Cote and Dubois are being held on $15,000 cash bail pending arraignment on Monday.
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