Girl Scout Cookie Money Thief Identified
(Rochester, NH) - Police in Rochester have one person in custody and are searching for another after the Friday night theft of a cash box from Girl Scouts selling cookies at the Walgreen Pharmacy on South Main Street.
19 year old Kayla Lonergan of Rochester was arrested Sunday evening on several charges. Police believe she did more than just tag along, driving the getaway car after 20 year old Pierre Thibault of Haverhill, Massachusetts grabbed the cash box from the table set up by the Girl Scouts and do-si-doed to the waiting vehicle.
Thibault is still at large. A warrant for his arrest has been issued.
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