MANCHESTER, NH – Manchester Police are investigating two robberies, one on Oct. 10 and the other on Oct. 14.
On Oct. 14 police were called at 10 a.m. to the Subway on Elm Street where an unarmed male subject entered the eatery and demanded cash. A surveillance photo of the suspect was provided by police.
Detectives are also following up on an additional robbery, which occurred October 10 at about 7:50 p.m. at Rite Aid, 53 Hooksett Rd., involving a robber who claimed to have a gun.
The suspect in the Rite-Aid robbery allegedly walked into the pharmacy section of the store and demanded oxycodone. The pharmacist turned over an undisclosed number of 30 mg. oxycodone pills.
The robber fled on foot and may have entered a red Chevrolet pick-up truck with a possible NH registration bearing 353 as the first three digits. The last three or four digits are unknown at this time.
The suspect in the Rite Aid robber was described as a dark-skinned male, possibly an approximately 5-foot-5 to 5-foot-6 inches tall, skinny build, last seen wearing a blue surgical mask and a blue hooded sweatshirt.