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Pawn shop documents lead Merrimack police to alleged burglar

January 27, 2014

Police arrested a Massachusetts man they said broke into a Merrimack home twice earlier this month while the residents slept.

David Voight, 23, of 50 Squam St., Apt. 1, in Lowell, Mass., was charged with two counts of burglary by Merrimack police in connection with a the early January break-ins, police said.

Residents contacted police after learning someone had entered their home twice while they where sleeping and took several items, including a cell phone, police said.

Police found the cell phone at a shop in the Mall of New Hampshire in Manchester along with records that led them to Voight. Detectives also found stolen items at pawn shops in Nashua, police said. Voight was also arrested by Nashua police, who listed him as a Merrimack resident, on Jan. 18. Nashua police charged him with burglarizing a city businesses and then fleeing from officers, police said.

Voight was arraigned at Merrimack district court and held on $7,500 cash bail pending a probable cause hearing on Jan. 30, police said.

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