CORNISH, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire State Police have arrested two men in connection to an armed robbery in Cornish over the summer.
Thomas Tozier and Aaron Gobin, both of Concord, were charged with armed robbery.
The Eagle-Times reports a man living on Route 120 was robbed on July 21 as he approached the door inside his garage. He was hit in the head and heard a male voice demand that he turn over his wallet.
The suspects left with about $1,000 in cash and a Wal-Mart gift card, leaving the then-57-year-old victim with multiple cuts, facial swelling and missing teeth.
Police said they obtained surveillance video of the 26-year-old Gobin using the gift card at Wal-Mart the next day.
It wasn't immediately known if the two had lawyers.
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