Police investigate armed robbery at Subway by ‘white-haired man’

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Third robberies in two days – 2 at a Subway and one at Ben & Jerry’s – in which the suspect is described as an older man with white hair.

Surveillance photo of suspect in Ben & Jerry's robbery.
Surveillance photo of suspect in Ben & Jerry’s robbery.

MANCHESTER, NH – Police responded to the Subway, 20 South Main St., in Manchester at about 8 p.m. for a report of an armed robbery by a man described as about 60 years of age, white hair, “scruff” on his face, approximately 6 feet tall, while wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and gray sweatpants with bushy eyebrows. The robber implied to the store clerk that he had a weapon and escaped the store with undetermined amount of cash.

Suspect in Oct. 15 Subway robbery.
Suspect in Oct. 15 Subway robbery.

Several hours earlier, the Ben and Jerry’s Scoop Shop on Elm Street was robbed just before 3 p.m. by a man with a similar description, wearing a red sweatshirt, who also indicated he had a gun, and got away with cash before fleeing on foot.

A Subway on Hooksett Road was robbed Oct. 14 by a robber with a similar description.

Police have not ruled out that the robberies are related.

Video by Jeffrey Hastings/Frame of Mind Photography
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