Three Sought in Beacon Street Home Invasion

Londonderry Police are seeking three suspects reportedly involved in a home invasion that occurred Thursday evening, Sept. 12, at 26 Beacon St.
Londonderry police responded Sept. 12 at approximately 9:15 p.m. to the residence on a report of a home invasion. Lieutenant Timothy Jones reported that a female called 911 to say she had been awakened by family members who said three Hispanic men had come into the house and “ransacked” it. She said the men stole the house phone, her nephew’s cell phone and the keys to her car.

She reported that one of the men “brandished” a black pistol.
The report further states that one of the men was not wearing a mask and all the men were wearing dark clothing and gloves.
The man with the gun was described as 5 feet 11 inches tall, with a medium build and slicked back hair. He was clean shaven, Jones said.
When the officers arrived at the home, they learned that cash was also taken. The total amount of money taken is not known.
Police said they were told the men asked for the homeowner by name but he was not present during the incident, although four of his family members were. No one was injured and minimal damage occurred to property.
“The suspects are described as Hispanic males wearing bandannas over their faces, and a black semiautomatic pistol was used during the commission of the crime. It is believed the suspects fled the scene on foot,” Jones said.
The event is currently under investigation.
In 2011, the property was the subject of a health code violation and nuisance investigation because goats were being slaughtered on the property. Londonderry Building Inspector and Health Officer Richard Canuel wrote at that time to the property owner, Julio Otero-Rivera, giving him 30 days to stop slaughtering goats and to cease holding pig roasts. He was ordered to remove all livestock from the property.

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