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Man with knife robs woman with infant in Manchester
Ariel Dupuis, 24, had parked behind a building on Main Street about 12:30 Saturday afternoon when the man appeared, flashed a knife and demanded cash, police said. Her 10-month-old daughter Aailyah was in a baby carrier she had just placed on the ground when the man came up, snatched her purse and ran off with it.
Dupuis described the man as being white, in his 50s, with yellow teeth, a black cap, jacket with hood and pants and wearing brown boots. He was last seen running on Flaherty Lane toward Schuyler Street with the woman's purse in hand.
Anyone with information is asked to call Manchester Crimeline at 624-4040.
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