A man arrested in a New Hampshire home invasion and burglary that happened last September is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday.
Authorities say 22-year-old Danny M. Le of South Main Street in Nashua faces charges conspiracy to commit kidnapping, burglary, robbery, along with conspiracy to commit theft of a motor vehicle and criminal restraint.
According to Hollis police, Le is one of several male suspects in the Sept. 24 home invasion.
"By no means are we done with this investigation. Today we are pressing forward and there's a lot more work to be done," Hollis Lt. Rich Mello said.
Hollis police say the suspects stole a car from Merrill Lane and drove to the victim's house on Worcester Road. They took out the power and bound the home owner, 93-year-old Lillian Alpaugh, and her caretaker, 60-year-old Kathleen McCormack Haddad, stealing several items, including Haddad's car, which was found nearby, according to police.
Alpaugh was seriously injured in the attack and has since died; her cause of death has been classified as natural, police said.
Lt. Mello said residents in this small, typically quiet town deserve answers.
"It's important for the victims," he said. "They suffered a horrific crime and we will leave no stone unturned to bring them to justice."
Since this is an ongoing investigation, police wouldn't elaborate on how many people were involved or what items were stolen.
Anyone with information is asked to call Hollis police at 603-465-7637.