Police: Warner burglary suspect seen on video
A neighbor’s home surveillance camera has given the Warner police a leg up in solving a home burglary case.
Yesterday, after WMUR broadcast an image of the male suspect taken from the footage, the police received three separate name confirmations identifying the man, Officer Ben Tokarz said. The police now “have an idea of who the suspect is” who allegedly took an estimated $3,000 worth of jewelry and change from two separate Warner homes Monday afternoon, Tokarz said.
The police would not release the suspect’s name, but said he is in his early 20s and from the surrounding Warner area. He is not in custody, but the police are working to get a search warrant to try to recover the stolen material.
On Monday, a silver watch, mid-range jewelry and change were taken from a home on Farrell Loop and another off Route 103 East. In both cases, no one was home, the suspect forced entry and took change.
“At this time we are linking the two together,” Tokarz said.