NASHUA, N.H (WHDH) - A North Chelmsford man accused of placing less expensive item barcodes on more expensive items before completing transactions at a New Hampshire Lowe’s self-checkout faces a felony charge punishable by up to seven years imprisonment.
Officers responding to Lowe’s on Daniel Webster Highway in Nashua learned that the store lost about $1,082.91 due to a man switching bar codes on items in order to get cheaper prices, according to police.
Through an investigation, Nashua police identified the suspect at 43-year-old Michael Rogers and completed an arrest warrant charging him with fraudulent retail transactions, police said.
Rogers was arrested Monday just before 6 p.m.
He has an arraignment scheduled at Hillsborough County Superior Court-South on Oct. 25.
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