NASHUA, N.H. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Nashua Police arrested two men Thursday afternoon in connection with several burglaries that occurred in Nashua, New Hampshire.
Around 2:08 p.m. on Dec. 5, police responded to a south end home for the report of an attempted burglary. Just after arriving at the home, police spoke with the victim who provided a description of two men that had just tried to break into her home. The men were stopped by police minutes later.
After an investigation, both men were charged with additional counts of burglary. The pair broke into homes on Haines Street, Bowers Street, McKean Street, Russell Avenue, South Main Street, and Farmington Road. During the investigation, police recovered jewelry and electronic devices that were taken during the burglaries.
Justin Spencer, 26, of Nashua and Joseph Fenton, 18, also of Nashua are being charged with burglary, class A felony (two counts); theft by unauthorized taking, class A felony; burglary, class B felony (four counts); and attempted burglary, class B felony.
Spencer refused bail and Fenton's bail was set at $50,000, pending his arraignment.
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