Salem police arrest suspect in Shell Gas Station break-in

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SALEM — Officers from the Salem Police Department responded to a break-in at the Shell Gas Station on North Street early Sunday morning, where they discovered signs of forced entry and theft.

At approximately 12:18 a.m. on March 31, police were alerted by a commercial alarm at the gas station located at 111 North Street.

Upon arrival, officers found the front door glass shattered and the interior in disarray, including an open safe and scattered items.

The department’s Criminal Investigation Division, working alongside patrol officers, initiated a thorough inquiry into the incident.

Their investigation led to the procurement of a search warrant from Salem District Court on April 2.

The search, conducted at the suspect’s residence, yielded items connected to the Shell Gas Station break-in, as well as evidence from a separate burglary on School Street.

Daiquan Parisse, 30, from Appleton Street in Salem, was arrested in connection with the crimes.

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