Dunkin' Donuts robbery, fugitive broadcast, lead to arrest

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SOMERSWORTH, New Hampshire — A man suspected of robbing a New Hampshire Dunkin' Donuts of $6,000 and recently featured in a "Fugitive of the Week" by the U.S. Marshals has been arrested.

Christopher Stevens was arrested in a Somersworth home on Thursday.

He was wanted on an outstanding probation warrant stemming from a 2013 conviction and sentence for stalking and criminal threatening. On Monday, the 23-year-old Stevens was identified in surveillance video allegedly robbing the Dunkin' Donuts across the street from the Bedford Police Department.

Police arrested his wife, Sara Stevens, in Laconia, who was with him at the Dunkin' Donuts. That, combined with tips received from a Sept. 4 broadcast of him on "Fugitive of the Week," led to his location and arrest.

Stevens was being arraigned Friday on an armed robbery charge.

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