City police searching for Walgreens bandit
NASHUA – The Nashua Police Department is looking for any information in regards to a individual who robbed the Walgreens store at 283 Main St.
According to law enforcement officials, the robbery took place at about 4:14 a.m. Monday, after which the police department’s Uniform Field Operations Bureau responded to the location, where a lone suspect walked in and demanded money from a store employee while brandishing what looked to be a weapon.
After being given an undisclosed amount of cash, the suspect fled the scene, going west on Otterson Street. According to the police no one was harmed during the incident and suspect was last seen in the area of Middle Street.
Law enforcement said the suspect is believed to be a white of average height and build, images taken from video surveillance shows the suspect suspect was wearing a neon yellow hooded sweatshirt with lettering of a local construction company, black and blue camouflage pattern pants, black boots, and a dark cloth covering his face.
Nashua police Lieutenant Daniel Mederos said the department has been in contact with the construction company represented on the suspects sweatshirt, confirming that they have been in complete cooperation with the investigation.
Police officials are asking that anyone with information regarding the robbery or the suspect contact the Nashua Police Department at 603-594-3500 or the Nashua Crime Line at 603-589-1665.
Mathew Plamondon may be reached at 594-1244 or email@example.com.