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NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Police say a New Hampshire woman broke into a 92-year-old man's home, restrained him with duct tape and stole his debit card to withdraw money from banks and go shopping.
Police say 51-year-old Maryanne Jacobsmeyer, of Nashua, was arrested Wednesday over the June 8 break-in. She is also accused of breaking into the nonagenarian's home two days earlier when the man wasn't at home.
Police said Jacobsmeyer has a record of theft-related convictions.
She is jailed on $250,000 bail and faces arraignment Thursday on charges of kidnapping, robbery, burglary, falsifying physical evidence, unauthorized taking, habitual offender, and theft.
It wasn't immediately known if she had a lawyer.
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