Concord’s BearCat causes brouhaha, Nashua was first department in state to own one
NASHUA – While the New Hampshire Civil Liberties Union and other activists tried to dissuade Concord city councilors from spending hundreds of thousands of federal grant dollars on a “military-style vehicle,” an earlier version of the same vehicle was sitting inside a garage bay at the Nashua Police Department – where it’s been for more than a decade.
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