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October 1, 2013

Amesbury man gets 2 years for thefts

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For months, police were unable to connect Lambert to the break-ins; but after the most recent stretch of incidents, patrol officers were able to obtain enough facts to whittle the number of suspects to a small handful. From there, detectives David Pare, Sean Leary, Raymond Landry and Matthew Cunningham were able to focus their attention on Lambert, according to Donovan.

Police are encouraging anyone who believes they were victimized by Lambert’s crime wave to visit the School Street police station and look through the dozens of recovered items.

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