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Keene man arrested for market robbery
Authorities said he could be linked to other area convenience store robberies.
Adam J. Burns, 30, was charged with armed robbery for walking into the Marlboro Street market, showing a handgun and demanding cash. He left with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Police said they executed a search warrant at Burns' residence, yielding several items used during the robbery. Burns was held without bail at Cheshire County House of Corrections.
Based on the information learned during this investigation, Burns could be linked to the other convenience store robberies in Keene and Swanzey, police said.
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