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Nashua chief aims to reassure public in wake of robberies
In a joint meeting involving Police Chief John Seusing, the Nashua Police Commission and the Board of Aldermen, Seusing acknowledged the recent spike in violent crimes, maintaining the department is out in full force trying to resolve and prevent these incidents.
Alderman Lori Wilshire said that while crime in Nashua has typically occurred in more transient neighborhoods, she said the most recent robbery at Jeannette’s Market — which involved a young, female store clerk — has residents on edge.
Seusing said his department relies on the public for help. Providing information to police is critical in solving and preventing crimes, he said, adding any suspicious activity should be reported.
When a low-level drug dealer is arrested, Seusing said, it is just a matter of time until someone else steps in to take his or her place on the streets.
“Nashua has absolutely seen an increase in some very violent crime over the summer months, specifically robberies,” said Seusing, maintaining the Patrol Bureau is extremely proactive in trying to reduce and prevent these crimes, especially while the general population is asleep.
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