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23 Wakefield Street, Rochester, NH 03867, 603.330.7127

The Rochester Police Commission and Chief Michael Allen would like to announce the promotion of Sergeant Andrew Swanberry to the rank of Lieutenant and Officer Randy Smith to the rank of Sergeant. Both promotions are as a result of the retirement of Deputy Chief Scott Dumas and previous promotions of Deputy Chief Paul Toussaint and Captain Jason Thomas.

Lieutenant Swanberry has been employed with department since August 2006 and has held the rank of Sergeant since August 2014. Lt. Swanberry has served the city as both a patrolman and detective prior to his promotion to Sergeant. He has also been involved in several specialty assignments during his time to include the evidence recovery team, traffic reconstruction team, ward officer, bicycle patrol, and firearms instructor.

Sergeant Smith has been employed with the department since November 2007 and has served as a patrolman for his whole career. Additionally, he has been involved in several specialty assignments during his time to include the tactical team, bicycle patrol, field training officer, firearms instructor and ward officer.

Their promotions were effective on Sunday April 24th.
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Officer Bourque is trying to identify the suspect in these photos in connection with a theft from Wal-Mart. If you know the identity of this individual or have any knowledge about the crime, please call the Rochester Police Department at 603-330-7128 and reference case # 16-1709-OF.
You can also provide information and remain anonymous by calling the Rochester Crime Line at 335-6500 or Text to: CRIMES (274637) Body of Text: TEXT4CASH + your tip. Cash rewards are offered for information that leads to an arrest.
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Delilah (1 year) and Moon (2 years) are a pair of female guinea pigs who were surrendered together and would be happiest in a home where they can stay together. These two girls came shelter because their previous owner was moving and unable to bring them along. Both guinea pigs are extremely nervous about handling and need a patient owner who will take the time to socialize them . Will you be the special person who helps them learn to trust people? Delilah and Moon have an adoption fee of $15. For more information, go to www.cvhsonline.org or call 603-749-5322. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lilly is 7 years old and came to the shelter because her military family was moving and could no longer keep her. Lilly is looking for someone that will appreciate her for the diva that she is. This beautiful girl likes affection on her own terms and enjoys being around people. She is currently in a free-roaming cat area of the shelter and has done okay with the other sassy cats in there. She can be unpredictable, so she needs to go to a home with older kids (teens) that will respect her space. At the shelter, she has been a very vocal girl, so she will need a family that will appreciate her quirky personality and understand that she is just trying to talk to you. Do you have a home for this sassy and independent girl? Lilly’s adoption fee is $85 and she is already spayed, microchipped, and up-to-date on her vaccines. Her adoption also includes two free months of Embrace pet insurance. For more information, go to www.cvhsonline.org or call 603-749-5322. ... See MoreSee Less

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