Plymouth burglary suspect apprehended with public’s assistance

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PLYMOUTH — A suspect involved in a burglary that occurred on Yeaton Road has been arrested, the Plymouth Police Department announced Tuesday evening.

The department credited the public’s help in apprehending the individual, who was taken into custody without incident.

Chief Hutchins expressed gratitude toward community members for their assistance in the case.

Earlier in the day, at approximately 2:58 p.m., Plymouth Police were called to a residence after the homeowner returned to find an intruder inside their home.

The suspect fled on foot into nearby woods, prompting a search by local law enforcement, including officers from Plymouth State University Police, New Hampshire State Police, and the Grafton County Sheriff’s Department.

Despite efforts by two K9 teams and police, the suspect initially eluded capture.

Described as a white male with brown or blond hair and a beard, he was last seen wearing a white t-shirt, shorts, and a chain around his neck.

Police continued their investigation throughout the day until the suspect was located and arrested.

Authorities are still investigating the incident and encourage anyone with information to contact Sgt. Bryan Keeler at (603) 536-5875.

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