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Nashua police make arrest in home invasion
NASHUA — A city man is accused of hitting a man with a construction level in a home invasion late Sunday afternoon on Temple Street.
Police arrested Luis Medina, 34, of 19 Amory St., second floor, Monday on felony charges of second-degree assault and burglary.
He is accused of being one of three masked men who entered the 23 Temple St. apartment of a 40-year-old man who then was struck several times with the level.
Police said they have an arrest warrant for a second unnamed person and that the investigation is ongoing.
The victim, who police did not identify in a news release, was treated at Southern New Hampshire Regional Medical Center for injuries described as not life-threatening and then released.
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