Police nab alleged Bunny’s/Mobil robber

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Jonathan McKnight . Courtesy photo/Manchester Police Department

MANCHESTER, N.H. – On Monday, Manchester Police arrested 37-year-old Jonathan McKnight on charges of several recent robberies.

McKnight, a Manchester resident, is believed to have robbed the Mobil Gas Station on Elm Street on March 25 and Bunny’s Convenience Store on March 28.

In both robberies, McKnight allegedly slid a note to the clerk, claimed to have a gun and demanded money. McKnight was already under suspicion of the Bunny’s robbery, but additional information put him as a suspect in the Mobil robbery as well.

McKnight is charged with two counts of felony armed robbery. He is scheduled for arraignment today in Hillsborough Superior Court North.

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