Manchester police seek woman in Historical Association break-in

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MANCHESTER — Police are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a local woman implicated in a break-in at the Manchester Historical Association that occurred last fall.

The break-in was reported on Sept. 30 when officers were called to the Historical Association at 200 Bedford Street.

Upon arrival, they discovered a shattered display case and several missing historical artifacts, including antique medals from the 1800s.

Investigators reviewed surveillance footage from the scene, which captured a man and woman inside the building.

The male suspect was later identified as 58-year-old Dennis Higgins of Manchester.

Higgins, who does not have a permanent address, was apprehended on Oct. 25 and charged with criminal trespass.

The female suspect has been identified as 32-year-old Mistie Donoghue Bourgeois, also of Manchester and without a set address.

Authorities have since issued a warrant for her arrest on a criminal trespass charge.

Detective Adam Bergeron Rosa is leading the investigation and urges anyone with information on Donoghue Bourgeois’ whereabouts to contact him at 603-792-5508.

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