Police in southeastern New Hampshire say two men suspected of armed robberies are in custody after receiving help from the public.
Nashua police say one man robbed the West Hollis Street Market at gunpoint last week while the other stood outside. Two days later a similar robbery happened at a Speedway gas station, in which police say man wearing a red bandanna held a gun and robbed the gas station while the other remained outside.
Police released surveillance images and received tips, including through a Facebook community page.
Both men were arrested on Tuesday and were arraigned Wednesday. They are each being held on $500,000 bail.
One man is charged with two counts of armed robbery and the other is charged with criminal liability to the conduct of another.