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23 Wakefield Street, Rochester, NH 03867, 603.330.7127

Most Wanted Monday is back! This week the Rochester Police Department is actively seeking the arrest of:

Nathan Bell
08-14-1992
616 Portland Street #4

Nathan is wanted for the following charges:

Theft from a building - Felony B
Violation of a court order out of the Merrimack County Court
Violation of Parole

If you have any tips that can lead to the arrest of Nathan, please call 330-7128 or call the Rochester Crime Line you can provide anonymous tips through by calling 603-335-6500 or text CRIMES (274637) body of the text TEXT4CASH & your tip.

As usual, if you see Nathan in public, do not attempt to apprehend or detain him.
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Officer Marvin is looking to identify the following...wait I recognize him...holy cow it's Silent Bob.

Seriously, I've never seen anything like this. This has to be the look he was going for. On 02-19-2017 he entered the Hannaford's on North Main Street and loaded up a cart. Silent Bob then tried to leave the store without paying but was stopped.

The male then fled the store, most likely to pick up Jay, who was hanging out at the Cumberland Farm's across the street, and fled the scene.

Anyone who has a tip can call the Rochester Police Department at 603-330-7128 and reference case number 17-775-OF
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Or call the Rochester Crime Line you can provide anonymous tips through by calling 603-335-6500 or text CRIMES (274637) body of the text TEXT4CASH & your tip.

Lets remember these folks are innocent until proven guilty
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Confession: I'm from Massachusetts and proud of it. However, I relocated here to the Granite State 5 years ago and never looked back.

I have such fond memories of driving on the pothole filled streets of Massachusetts, trying to guess what the car in front of me was going to do.

As I met the fine citizens of New Hampshire, it became quite clear that they're not fond of the way we learn to drive in Massachusetts.

With that being said, sometimes people in New Hampshire don't properly utilize their signals either!

Say it aint so!

Here's a fun little reminder on how to use them. If you fail to properly use a turn signal, you could be stopped (oh no)
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