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Officer Jeff Connors and his K 9 partner, Ginger, were able to follow the suspect's scent, using the note, to a bathroom adjacent to the offices of the United Methodist Church at 154 Main St. There he had apparently discarded clothing, including the hooded sweatshirt and a pair of boxer shorts used to cover his face, Bukunt said.
thousand dollars worth of tools from a Harbor Homes construction site on Palm Street in June, police said at the time.
Detectives checked all other businesses in the area between the church and the bank for possible surveillance footage from around the time of the robbery, Ny Caps
Boesch was free on bail with a previous felony burglary case pending in Hillsborough County Superior Court, stemming from an Jordan Caps Space Jam arrest last fall, police and court records show. Monday, when employees reported that a man wearing a hooded sweatshirt and some sort of cloth over his face had just run off with some cash, having robbed a teller moments earlier.
and found that Boesch had gone into the People's United Bank, at 146 Main St., shortly before the Sovereign Bank robbery, undisguised but wearing some of the discarded clothing, Bukunt said.
"From an investigative standpoint, this was an outstanding case on the part of the patrol division, the canine unit and the detectives involved," Bukunt said.
Boesch had been arrested in November, charged along with two other men with stealing several Adidas Cap Camo
Fortunately for police, if not for the suspect, the robber left the note behind, Bukunt said.
The clothing, along with the surveillance footage, led police to Boesch, Bukunt said.
The suspect handed a teller a threatening note but didn't brandish any weapon, Detective Lt. Jeff Bukunt said.
NASHUA A city man is charged with sticking up Sovereign Bank on Main Street late Monday morning, police said Adidas Hat Black
Boesch was held overnight on $100,000 cash bail, and was expected to be arraigned Wednesday in Nashua District Court on a felony robbery charge. The charge is a Class B felony, punishable by a maximum of 312 to seven years in prison.
He added, "The suspect was likely casing that bank, however, made a decision to change targets."
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Kyle Boesch, 20, of 15 Railroad Square, was arrested Tuesday afternoon after an investigation by detectives and Ginger, a police dog who tracked the suspect's scent to another downtown bank that he had apparently cased before the robbery, police said.
Boesch had since been indicted on theft and burglary charges, and was free on bail while awaiting trial in Hillsborough County Superior Court.
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