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Londonderry police seek help in solving Comcast payment center heist
Londonderry Police Detective Chris Olson issued a statement on Tuesday asking for the public’s help in solving the Nov. 14 burglary that happened in the early morning hours inside the Route 102 Comcast office.
“He made off with a substantial quantity of cash,” Olson said.
Police described the burglar as “fairly short with a stocky build.”
He wore his hair either shaved or extremely short, with his head partially covered by a Boston Red Sox baseball hat.
Anyone with information regarding this commercial burglary is encouraged to contact the Londonderry Police Department at 432-1118.
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