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Nashua police make third arrest in commercial burglary investigation

NASHUA – A local woman is facing several felony charges after becoming the third person arrested in connection with a commercial burglary in the city earlier in May.

Nashua police began investigating a burglary at the Vintage Vending Co., 25 Front St., on May 14. ...

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NASHUA – A local woman is facing several felony charges after becoming the third person arrested in connection with a commercial burglary in the city earlier in May.

Nashua police began investigating a burglary at the Vintage Vending Co., 25 Front St., on May 14.

On Wednesday, police arrested Jennifer Vallier, 26, of no fixed address, and charged her with felony burglary.

Police had already charged two men – Nicholas Nicolaides, 30, of 162 Pillsbury Road, Londonderry, and Nicholas Pearce, 24, of 23 Temple St., Apt. 317, Nashua – with one count of burglary each, police said.

Police also charged Vallier with receiving stolen property for allegedly selling jewelry in Nashua that was stolen from a home in Londonderry. She was also charged with fraudulent use of a credit card.

Finally, she was charged with felony theft by Londonderry police, who had a warrant out for her arrest, police said.

Vallier refused bail and was held overnight pending her arraignment at Nashua district court, police said.

The Class A felony receiving stolen property and theft charges are punishable by up to 15 years in prison, plus fines.

The Class B felony burglary charge is punishable by up to seven years in prison, plus fines, and the misdemeanor fraud charge is punishable by up to a year in jail, plus fines, police said.

Joseph G. Cote can be reached at 594-6415 or jcote@nashuatelegraph.com. Also, follow Cote on Twitter (@Telegraph_JoeC).