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The Monitor, Concord, NH, 10/22/87

Monday, February 1, 1988

Bill Sanborn, an Andover, N.H., auto repair shop owner, got tired of thieves stealing stereos from his customer's cars. So the businessman decided to keep watch nights, armed with a pistol and pots of coffee. When his vigil was disturbed by two carloads of intruders, Sanborn called police. But when the group moved towards the customers' cars, the owner went out and held six trepassers at gunpoint. Charges of criminal trespassing were filed against the suspects.

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