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Three Merrimack businesses burglarized over the weekend
MERRIMACK - Three businesses were burglarized this past weekend at Pennichuck Square, and police are asking for the public’s assistance in solving the crimes.
According to police, nearly $10,000 in merchandise was stolen from two shops, while a local restaurant sustained property damage.
Carm’s Gifts and Layla’s Consignments were burglarized, and El Tapatio Restaurant was vandalized sometime between 12:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. on Sunday, said police. All three businesses are located within Pennichuck Square at 707 Milford Road.
“When police arrived, they soon discovered that nearly all the front doors to the shops had been compromised in one form or another,” police said in a release.
Authorities spent the day Sunday investigating the robberies, processing the crime scenes and collecting evidence.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Merrimack police at 424-3774 or use the anonymous crimeline at 424-2424.
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