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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) -- Three traveling salesmen accused of raping a Concord (New Hampshire) woman have been arrested in Maryland.
One of the three is 19-year-old Cassidy Coburn of Monroe, Utah.
Police say the men were selling magazines door to door Monday evening when they assaulted a 19-year-old Concord woman who let them in her apartment. They were arrested late last night in Aberdeen, Maryland.
The owner of Fidelity Reader Services says the men worked for a distributor the Florida company hired to manage crews of door-to-door salesmen.
The men also are wanted by police in Saugus, Massachusetts, where they're accused of receiving stolen property and other crimes.
The other suspects are 23-year-old Christopher Armstrong of Jonesboro, Arkansas, and 24-year-old Joseph Haniffy of Chicopee, Massachusetts. Armstrong and Coburn each face one count of rape. Haniffy is charged with two counts of rape.
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