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Two Concord men charged in Cornish armed robbery
Thomas Tozier, 27, and Aaron Gobin, 26, were arrested Thursday and both were charged with Class A felony offenses, which carry a maximum sentence of 7½ to 15 years in prison and a $4,000 fine.
Both men were arraigned at the 5th Circuit Court, Claremont Division on Friday and were held on $75,000 cash bail each, said investigating officer Trooper Charles Newton of Troop C.
Their victim, a 58-year-old Cornish man, is a former co-worker of Gobin, Newton said. “Tozier was a complete stranger,” he said.
A joint investigation by the state police and Cornish police led to the identification of Tozier and Gobin as the suspects.
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