Londonderry police seek help in solving Comcast payment center heist
LONDONDERRY — Police are looking for a man who robbed the local Comcast payment center in late 2013.
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.
Shortly before 12:30 a.m. that morning, security cameras captured the masked man breaking into the building and cutting into the center’s safe.
“He made off with a substantial quantity of cash,” Olson said.
Olson added that the November burglary remains under investigation.
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.
The suspect also wore a pair of CAT brand yellow and black gloves, a leather zip-up jacket and black Nike Shocks-style sneakers.
Anyone with information regarding this commercial burglary is encouraged to contact the Londonderry Police Department at 432-1118.