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Lynn Man Arrested for Trying to Steal Cash Register at Salem Family Dollar

This past Wednesday, Hosea Kendrick, 40 of Lynn, was arrested and charged with Attempt to Commit a Crime, Larceny from a Building, for allegedly trying to steal the cash register drawer from a Family Dollar Store in Salem, Massachusetts.

Salem Police allege that while the store clerk wasn’t looking, Kendrick jumped the counter and tried, unsuccessfully, to remove the drawer from the cash register. When the clerk finally noticed, she heard a woman signal to the man, and the two then left the store together. The store clerk was able to get a description of the criminal suspect’s car and, minutes later, Salem Police Officers saw that car and eventually arrested Hosea Kendrick and Christina Lupoli, also of Lynn, Massachusetts. Salem Police Officers brought Kendrick and Lupoli back to the Family Dollar Store and the clerk reportedly identified each of them as the would-be robbers.

This most recent attempted robbery follows two very recent similar robberies in the past few months. In January, a cash register was stolen from the Walgreens on Boston Street in Salem; and just last week, a masked robber also stole a cash register from another Walgreens in Beverly. At this time, Salem Police are continuing to investigating whether Hosea Kendrick and Christina Lupoli have any connection to these previous robberies.

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Read more about this attempted robbery in Salem, Massachusetts, as reported by Tom Dalton, The Salem News.