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Man arrested in connection with Hanover burglaries
Brandon Mull, 23, of both Claremont and Oklahoma City, Okla., was arrested Tuesday in Charlestown for two counts of burglary, class A felonies.
During the investigation following the crimes, police focused on a suspect vehicle that was seen in the area at the time of the crimes, police said in a press release Thursday.
After the execution of multiple search warrants, sufficient evidence was recovered to link Mull to the crimes and a warrant for his arrest was issued Aug. 2.
When Mull heard about the active warrant he returned to New Hampshire and cooperated with police in scheduling his arrest.
He is scheduled to appear in the in the 2nd Circuit Court District Division in Lebanon Sept. 19.
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