TAMWORTH, N.H. (AP) – New Hampshire State Police have charged a Berlin man with theft and other charges stemming from crimes committed in the towns of Jackson, Albany, and Tamworth.

Twenty-eight-year-old Timothy Raymond was arraigned Monday on 14 charges of criminal mischief, theft, and misuse of plates. Police arrested him Saturday, saying he was caught breaking into a car near Pinkham’s Notch and removing merchandise.

With the assistance of Berlin police, a search warrant was also conducted over the weekend in Berlin resulting in the recovery of more stolen property and additional charges are expected to be filed in both Carroll and Coos Counties.

Authorities have received multiple reports over the last few months of daytime vehicle thefts, burglaries and other suspicious activity along the Route 16 and Route 302 corridors within both Carroll and Coos counties.

The investigation is ongoing.


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