Man Charged in N.H. Bank Robbery

John Labossiere of Nashua is being held on $200,000 cash bail

A New Hampshire man is being held on $200,000 cash bail after a bank robbery in Nashua.

On Monday at 10 a.m., police responded to St. Mary's Bank, located at 14 Spruce St. in Nashua, for a report of a robbery. Officers learned that a man passed a note to a teller advising he had a gun and to give him an undisclosed amount of money.

The suspect was given money and then fled the area.

Information was later received by authorities, and John Labossiere, 44, of 14 Chestnut St. in Nashua was identified as a suspect in the robbery.

Labossiere was located at Motel 6 on Progress Ave. and taken into custody on an outstanding parole warrant.

During a search of his room, narcotic drugs were located.

Labossiere is being held on the parole violation. He was arraigned on Tuesday and given a $200,000 cash bail stemming from the new charges.

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