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'Dangerous' fugitive sought over stolen guns in Candia
Both state and Candia police asked the task force for assistance in locating and arresting Fields. He is wanted on two arrest warrants, one for the Candia burglary involving stolen guns and one from state police on a charge of unsworn falsification related to the ongoing Candia burglary investigation.
Authorities said that based on the charges, Fields should be considered armed and dangerous. He is possibly homeless in the Manchester area, or staying with various friends in an attempt to elude capture.
Fields is a white man, 6 foot 1, 210 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. He has several tattoos, including tattoos on his left shoulder and forearm, right forearm and a star on his right leg.
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