Salem, New Hampshire, Carjacker Arrested — UPDATE
UPDATE: On Thursday morning, Salem Police said Nathan Saben was in custody, along with a woman identified as Jessica Tirone, 40, of Salisbury, Massachusetts. Massachusetts State Police said they were arrested after a pursuit from Lawrence to Dracut, Massachusetts, on Route 110. Neither agency disclosed the charges against them.
Massachusetts State Police said they were taken to Lowell General Hospital for treatment at their request.
The car stolen in a carjacking in Salem was recovered in Alton on Wednesday morning.
Alton Police said suspect Nathan Saben, 35, of Haverhill and a woman whose identity has not been disclosed pulled up behind a 2012 black Subaru Outback on Old Wolfeboro Road around 9:30 a.m. Saben pointed a rifle at the driver, and forced him out.
The driver was struck and injured by an open door on the Subaru that hit him as Saben drove off.
Saben and the woman were in a white Kia pursued by Haverhill police Tuesday night on Route 97, and picked up by Salem police after it crossed the border into New Hampshire, according to Salem and Massachusetts State Police.
Saben tried unsuccessfully to carjack two vehicles in Salem before boxing in a Toyota Camry as the driver turned from Geremonty Drive onto Main Street.
On Tuesday night, Investigators found the Camry parked along Olde Wolfboro Road, a short distance from where the Outback was stolen. It is not believed that Saben is still in Alton.
Alton police reiterated that Saben is considered dangerous, and should not be approached.
Saben is describe as a white man, six foot one inches tall, and approximately 220 pounds. He has black hair, hazel eyes, and tattoos on the right side of his neck and both forearms. Police have not disclosed the identity of the woman, a description of her, or her connection to Saben.
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