Police locate stolen vehicles
MANCHESTER – Police on Wednesday recovered vehicles and other property reportedly stolen from locations in Hudson, and took into custody a Manchester resident in connection with the incident.
Shawn Brousseau, 45, was charged with offenses accusing him of receiving or possessing stolen property, according to police spokeswoman Heather Hamel.
Manchester detectives, along with officers from Hudson, spent much of Wednesday in a yard behind 314 Belmont St., and could be seen carrying bags and boxes from the area and bringing them to the department’s crime scene van.
There was no immediate word on how many vehicles were removed from the property. While one officer said the bulk of the recovered property involved tools, the quantity or value wasn’t known. It also wasn’t immediately known if police recovered items other than tools. The date of Brousseau’s arraignment is pending, police said.
Police didn’t say whether Brousseau lives at 314 Belmont St., which, according to Manchester property tax records, is owned by an entity called Pangia Trust.