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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Merrimack man faces felony theft charge after stealing, then pawning items, police say

MERRIMACK – A local man faces a felony theft charge after stealing and then pawning items from a residence where he had lived for a short time, police said.

A resident discovered items missing from a home on Nov. 26, police said. During an investigation, police subsequently discovered some of the items had been pawned, and obtained an arrest warrant for a man who had been temporarily staying at the residence, police said. ...

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MERRIMACK – A local man faces a felony theft charge after stealing and then pawning items from a residence where he had lived for a short time, police said.

A resident discovered items missing from a home on Nov. 26, police said. During an investigation, police subsequently discovered some of the items had been pawned, and obtained an arrest warrant for a man who had been temporarily staying at the residence, police said.

Craig Massua, 27, of 7 Profile Drive is charged with theft. He is unrelated to the victim, but lived temporarily at the residence, police said.

The items Massua is accused of taking are worth $1,500, which made the theft charge a Class A felony. Massua turned himself in to police Thursday, police said.

He was released on $3,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear in Merrimack district court on March 7 to answer to the charge, police said.

The Class A felony punishable by up to 15 years in prison plus fines, police said.

– PATRICK MEIGHAN