New Hampshire Corrections seeks fugitive David John Macrae for parole violations, additional charges

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CONCORD — Authorities in New Hampshire are intensifying their efforts to locate and arrest fugitive David John Macrae, who absconded from parole supervision in June and is now facing a slew of charges, including theft by deception and drug possession.

Macrae, who was on parole for previous convictions of theft, identity fraud, and fraudulent use of a credit card, has also incurred additional charges in Massachusetts, including possession of a controlled drug and various driving offenses.

With a criminal history that includes more than 25 theft-related convictions across New Hampshire and Massachusetts, Macrae is also known for past convictions of assault and battery with a deadly weapon, possession of controlled substances, and resisting arrest.

The New Hampshire Department of Corrections has highlighted Macrae’s history of substance abuse as a factor in his criminal behavior.

Last known to be in Derry, where he has family ties, Macrae is also known to frequent the New Hampshire Seacoast area.

Law enforcement urges the public not to approach Macrae but to report any information that may lead to his capture.

The New Hampshire Department of Corrections can be reached at (603) 271-1804.

Additionally, members of the public can contact the nearest police department, call 9-1-1, or message authorities on social media platforms with any relevant information.

Supervising Probation Parole Officer Barnum is also available for contact at (603) 773-0256 regarding this case.

The combined efforts of the community and law enforcement are crucial in the safe apprehension of this fugitive.

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