Two arrested after violent robbery in Manchester

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MANCHESTER — Police have made two arrests in a violent robbery that took place in Manchester earlier this month.

On May 2, a man was walking on Calef Road when an SUV pulled up beside him.

Two men got out, grabbed him from behind, dragged him to the ground, and assaulted him.

The suspects then robbed him of his iPhone and several other items before leaving the vehicle.

The victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

Through the course of the investigation, Manchester Police were able to identify the two suspects as 30-year-old David Hoffens, of Manchester, and 26-year-old Adrian Hardisty, also of Manchester.

They were both arrested and charged with felony robbery.

Hardisty was found to have multiple active warrants for first-degree assault with a deadly weapon, felon in possession of a dangerous weapon, burglary, criminal threatening, criminal mischief, and criminal threatening with a deadly weapon.

Hoffens and Hardisty are scheduled for arraignment today in Hillsborough Superior Court-North.

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