Nashua man charged with armed robbery
NASHUA – Jordany Tavarez-Nunez, 22, of Nashua, was recently taken into police custody in connection with two armed robberies.
According to police, officers responded to the report of an armed robbery at a business in the city on Oct. 15. During the incident, a gun was displayed and an unknown amount of money was stolen.
Three days later, officers responded to another armed robbery at a business in Nashua. This time, a knife was reportedly shown; however, no money was taken.
The names and locations of the businesses have not been released.
After reviewing video surveillance of each incident, police were able to identify Tavarez-Nunez as a suspect. He was placed under arrest on Oct. 22 and was charged with two counts of robbery with a deadly weapon.
A search of Tavarez-Nunez’s residence revealed “numerous pieces” of evidence connecting him to both robberies.
He was scheduled to be arraigned at Hillsborough County Superior Court South on Oct. 23.
Under state law, if convicted, Tavarez-Nunez could face up to 20 years in prison, a fine of up to $4,000 and probation.