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Vt. man charged with Hanover burglaries
HANOVER - Two incidents of a man sneaking into a home in town has lead to the arrest of a Vermont man on burglary charges.
Hanover police said the burglary suspect was arrested after he was confronted by residents in two homes early Sunday.
The first report came from residents of a Buell Street address who told police they arrived home shortly before 6 a.m. to find the man in their house. Police said the man left without an altercation.
Some time later, those residents discovered that cash was missing from their home and called police.
A short while later, there was a similar incident on Mitchell lane.
A description of the invader in both incidents was compiled and police arrested Dean Carvalho, 21, of Windsor Vt.
Carvalho was charged with multiple counts of burglary.
Any resident who may have experienced a similar incident involving someone entering their home has been asked to contact Hanover Police at 643-2222.
Police also said it is important to lock doors at night and when away.
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