Man caught on surveillance video, charged with burglary of Gabby’s Fashions

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MANCHESTER, NH – Eliberto Claudio, 46, was charged with burglary of a downtown clothing shop after police found him arguing with a resident and recovered items allegedly stolen from a nearby business.

At about 11:40 p.m. on March 3 Officer Chris Cunningham responded to Gabby’s Fashion, 342 Union St., for a reported burglary. He met with the complainant who played a surveillance video for the officer, with footage of the burglary. Officer Cunningham relayed the description of the burglary suspect to officers on the street

After hearing the description, Officer Mike Caron located two men approximately 15 minutes later in the area of Central and Pine streets, several blocks from the business.

One of the men, later identified as Claudio, was allegedly arguing with a second subject, who was not charged. Claudio matched the description provided by Officer Cunningham.

Officer Caron began speaking to the two men when Claudio became loud and boisterous, which caused a nearby resident to leave her apartment to check on the activity. Officer Caron ultimately located clothing articles nearby and determined the items had been taken during the burglary at Gabby’s Fashion. He received enough probable cause to arrest Claudio, who was subsequently charged with burglary and disorderly conduct. He will appear in the 9th Circuit Court-Manchester on March 4, 2015.

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