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2 arrested in Concord home invasion

CONCORD (AP) — A monthlong investigation into a home invasion in Concord, New Hampshire, has led to two arrests.

Police arrested 23-year-old Benjamin Boynton of Franklin on Monday on armed robbery, burglary, conspiracy and other charges following the April 30 home invasion. They arrested 24-year-old Christopher Rowley of Merrimack on similar charges on May 23. ...

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CONCORD (AP) — A monthlong investigation into a home invasion in Concord, New Hampshire, has led to two arrests.

Police arrested 23-year-old Benjamin Boynton of Franklin on Monday on armed robbery, burglary, conspiracy and other charges following the April 30 home invasion. They arrested 24-year-old Christopher Rowley of Merrimack on similar charges on May 23.

Police said two men wearing masks had forced their way into an apartment, threatening two 16-year-olds with a handgun and knife. They bound their hands with duct tape and demanded money.

Police said they found out one man was armed with a realistic-looking BB gun.

Boynton was in state prison when he was arrested on an unrelated parole violation.

Both men face additional charges related to the thefts of service from local restaurants, and from Wal-Mart.