NASHUA, N.H. (AP) – A Nashua man has been accused of trying to rob two banks while wearing a disguise he purchased at a nearby drugstore.

The suspect, identified by police as Jayson Fulcher, is expected to be arraigned Monday in connection with the incidents late Friday afternoon at a Sovereign Bank and Citizen’s Bank.

Nashua Police Sgt. Michael Carnigan told WMUR-TV that Fulcher entered the banks wearing a set of glasses, fake nose and fake mustache. It was not known how much, if any, money was taken.

Fulcher was arrested a couple of hours later.

A second suspect, 29-year-old Deborah Bryson, of Nashua, was also arrested but police did not say what her alleged role was in the robbery attempts.


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