Manchester Man Charged With 3 Recent Robberies
(Manchester, NH) - A Manchester man faces arraignment today after his arrest for several recent hold-ups in the Queen City.
50 year old David Foote was arrested Saturday after police identified his as the suspect in the hold-up at the Sunoco Station near the Amoskeag Rotary Tuesday night. The robber grabbed cash from the register and punched the clerk in the face before fleeing on foot.
After identifying Foote, Police began to investigate similar robberies in the area.
They have also charged Foote with theft of tools from the Sears at the Mall of New Hampshire on April 20th and the hold-up at the Z & J Market on Bridge Street.
In both of those incidents, a store employee was punched during the robbery.
Foote is facing three felony counts of Unarmed Robbery, one felony count of Receiving Stolen Property and two misdemeanor counts of Theft by Deception.