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new hampton tonight. the traffic stop aid by a man pretending to be a police officer. mike: big changes are coming in for the weekend. when some areas could see some snow. tom: the spirit of giving. the food pantries in need help right now. >> no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 tonight. tom: couple is shaken up after three teenagers allegedly broke into their home in broad daylight. shelley: this happened this morning and now two of the teenagers are facing charges. cherise leclerc spoke with the homeowners and the homeowners have to be shaken up. cherise: they really are. they live on a nice, quiet street, steps away from the police department and the fire department.
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ink they would ever have expected. their front door on high street still has the markings where police fingerprinted for evidence after shannon came home friday morning and noticed the door wide open. >> i thought my son was home. i continued in and found they had ransacked the place. cherise: thinking intruders could still be in the house, shannon grabbed the kitchen but the intruders had already left. net -- nick received a frantic call and came right home. >> breaking into the house in broad daylight. cherise: the thieves made off with an xbox 360 and a guitar. they did not get far. >> the officer responded.
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across a construction worker who said he had seen some people leaving the area. cherise: from there, two of the teenagers were caught. what is most shocking is that this happened in broad daylight when anyone could have seen the burglars. they want their neighbors to take more precautions and say they will be doing the same. >> we decided tonight to put in some security systems. to carry. cherise: police are continuing to investigate as one of the suspects is still at large. officers tell us the juveniles are known to their department. tom: new tonight, somersworth police are looking for this man. police say he robbed the service credit union on penny lane wrote this afternoon.
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he was seen leaving in a silver colored subaru hatchback. shelley: new hampton police are searching for the man who impersonated one of their officers this morning. the suspect pulled over a woman telling her he thought she was speeding. his car had blue lights on it. mike cronin is in new hampton with a description of the man. mike: the victim told police that as soon as she saw the suspect she knew something was not quite right. she got a new hampton police want to know who is pretending to be one of them. >> it is always scary. it is hard to trust people. mike: during the friday morning commute, a woman and her daughter were pulled over on route 132 by someone they thought was a cop in an unmarked silver dodge charger. there were two blue lights in the grill and there was no
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of allegedly said -- this police impersonator allegedly said that he pulled them over because of speeding. >> he took her license. mike: after that, he let them go. police say he turned around and drove towards ashland. >> i don't know what would make someone do that. sort of power. i don't know if they targeted her because there were two females in the vehicle. mike: the victims described him as a white man about 6'1", average build, with dark hair pulled back into a bun. >> his behavior was feminine. mike: if faced with a similar situation, police recommend
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area and called 911. some in town are on alert. >> be very cautious. be aware. mike: police have not received any reports of this happening anywhere else nearby but they have notified other departments. anyone with information is asked to call police right away. tom: a beautiful day today but a winter blast is right around the corner. let us go to chief meteorologist mike haddad. mike: from early spring into early winter. take a look at the highs across new hampshire today. well above average and close to record highs. within six of the record in concord. it is much cooler out there with temperatures into the 30's and many spots. 40's, rochester. notice jaffrey and laconia, all in the low to mid 30's now
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freezing and some fog, that is a recipe for black ice. watch for that especially in northern and western new hampshire between 7:00 and 8:00 in the morning. a mild surge of air through cleveland and then it turns more wintry back to the west. and what about a changeover from rain to snow in spots on sunday. tom: fire crews are still working to fully contain the covered br i fire is about 70% contained. fire crews will work through the weekend to control the burned out area and make sure there are no hotspots. it has destroyed nearly 330 acres in the white mountain national forest. the cause is still unknown. shelley: an arrest moore and will be issued for a salem woman who suffered a drug overdose in a massachusetts dollar store.
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mandy mcgowen did not show up for a court hearing in court. tom: phillips exeter academy has been ordered to reimburse the family of ace dude expelled for a sexual relationship with another student. a jury found in favor of the family ordering the school to reimburse the cost of the semester's tuition and expenses associated with the trial and to being on a dean's leave to a medical leave. shelley: in tonight's spirit of giving, the weekend drive is underway to feed families in need this thanksgiving. the new hampshire food pantry is opening its doors tomorrow. the food bank is hoping to collect much-needed holiday donations for people across the state. the trucks are ready to roll carrying thanksgiving meals from the new hampshire food bank in
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soup kitchens across the state. >> as we move into the holiday season, it will distribute over 18,000 turkeys this year. jean: the food bank will also open its doors on saturday welcome cash donations and nonperishable food items to feed needy families greg at the rockingham county outreaches center in raymond, holiday help is being handed out in the form of $25 grocery store gift cards. >> happy thanksgiving. jean: 200 families like pamela's will pick up turkeys next week but now, they can fill the rest of the table. >> it means getting the rest of the fixings that i would not have the money for. >> the holiday program is an effort to reach out to families having a hard time making ends meet for the holidays. you want to have food prepared for your family.
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food bank, they admit it has been a struggle to fill holiday tables. they hope citizens give with the generosity that lasts all winter long. >> people think about giving once we make it through the holidays. it is important to us here that we keep it in front of the eyes of the public. jean: right now, the food bank is on track to give out 30 million pounds of foo t donald trump administration. coming up -- shelley: what scott brown says president-elect donald trump is considering him for. tom: why one new hampshire band took to the streets of plymouth
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shelley: now to commitment 2016 coverage. scott brown says he is under consideration for a role in the drop administration. tom: he g a where he thought he could help the administration. brown ran for u.s. senate here in new hampshire two years ago. he spoke on camera tonight with our sister station. >> he asked me what my real passion was. my real passion is soldiers. men and women are dying, committing suicide. tom: he endorsed donald trump in portsmouth and actively campaign for him in the granite state.
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announced more members of the white house team. this as lawyers reached a settlement over trump university. nike really has the latest. -- maggie rulli has the latest. maggie: donald trump abruptly finalized all the lawsuits. before being elected, he vowed he would never settle the lawsuit. >> personal interests aside and focus on the issue that are facing the country. maggie: he is also busy with his transition team, filling three top positions on friday. jeff sessions as attorney general. michael flynn as national security advisor. and michael on paille -- michael
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already criticized the pit. >> i am not a racist. i am not insensitive to blacks. i have supported civil rights activity in my state. i have done my job with integrity, equality, and fairness for all. maggie: michael flynn -- fear of islam's is not irrational. meet with mitt romney. he is a contender for secretary of state. tom: a tractor-trailer crash knocked out power before a concert at the flying monkey performance center in plymouth but the show must go on. ? tom: the band insisted on playing so they moved at the concert outside to the sidewalk.
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buy flashlights and cell phones and the show will also be rescheduled for a later date. shelley: and they were great. and beautiful weather for it. mike: maybe that should be the show with the flashlights and the cell phones. it was very nice out there today. a little bit of a cool down tonight. down near the magic already to degree mark. watching out for some fog developing in some areas and a little bit of black ice on area roadways. one of the first times we have time. looking at time lapse photos out there in warner. blue skies a good part of the day. temperatures above average. close to record levels. look at the visibility, down to a mile or less in plymouth. under seven miles in lebanon. some fog is just beginning to develop. temperatures are down near freezing. the combination could lead to
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manchester. if you are traveling in those areas, as actually some of the side roads and bridges and overpasses, that is where black ice could form. elsewhere, low 30's north, low 40's south. within a mile or two of the coast, 40's. back below freezing in the great north woods. concord, 32. mid-30's along the lake shores. right now, a lot of winter cold building in through the rockies and in through the planes and midwest. quite a snow event going on in minnesota with blizzard conditions around minneapolis. snow in minneapolis and the st. paul area. no snow in chicago. rain. mild brain at that during the early part of today.
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be over pittsburgh, up through the great lakes and on sunday, over new hampshire. ahead of the front, very mild for saturday. not as warm as today but still well above average. clear skies above but watch out for the fog developing in some areas overnight tonight. fog will give way to sunshine tomorrow. low clouds in the coast tomorrow afternoon penetrating inland quickly through the evening with light rain. a band of rain rotathr 9:00 or so in the morning. cold air will begin to change it back over to wet snow as it winds down. not a lot of accumulation. surface temperatures should be of above freezing. more snow showers sunday night into monday and on through tuesday. mainly in the mountains. as for any snow on the backside of the rain, only a coding, maybe an inch early sunday
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the white mountains. in western new hampshire. beyond that, snow showers mainly up north on monday but there could be a passing flurry in southern new hampshire. on tuesday, most of the flurries of north. quite windy. lighter win-win for the big travel they. as for the next system, tough to call whether it will be a rain-snow event or a miss to our south. many days left though to track that one. tom: a lot of people are heading to the university of new hampshire tomorrow for some of all. jason king --
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? jason: welcome to our friday
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16 teams will play for their respective titles tomorrow at unh. division i has the late game. that for taking on exit her. bedford is in the championship game for the third time in the last five years but has yet to win a title. this is the first shot or their head coach. exeter has 14 state titles to their credit. and their head coach has the blue hawks the second straight season. these teams did not meet during the regular season which should make the game more challenging. >> it usually comes down to special teams. hitting the yardage and playing defense. it is november and it will be cold. >> we hope for a close game. two great programs. great respect for their team. a terrific team to play against.
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to make plays. >> their pursuit to their football, they hustle. it will be a good matchup. jason: in division ii, it will be plymouth and bow. bow went to the championship game twice before winning both games. division five in 2004, and division iii in 2013. their head coach has plymouth in the title game for the first time as head coach. plymouth beat bow 28-12 in week four of the regular season but both sides know that does not mean a thing on saturday. >> it will be a dogfight in the trenches.
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everything they have shown on defense. >> stevens will play a big part. and special teams like always will play a big part. it will be interesting to see which offense will play better. >> i think it is going to be a hard-hitting battle. i do not think it will be very high-scoring. i would be surprised if either team scored high. >> it is going to be a fight. the most punches. jason: division iii, interlace moultonborough one thing at all in 2011 but lost the title game to newport last year. they returned to durham with a shot at redemption. they will take on the stevens cardinals. it is the second championship game appearance for stevens in electrode seasons but they have
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back in october. >> their line is very aggressive as is ours. >> a tough game. they can run the ball, throws the ball and their defense is tough. >> i hope it is a close game. it will be exciting. both teams have good defense. they both have run and throw the ball. >> they throw the ball a lot. they beat us last time. we are ready to go. jason: three great games. we want to give a big shout out to the cameramen that have covered the friday night football games for us. we also have walker smith, jim
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production assistant, ryan richard who was out there every friday night. thanks to everyone that helps put on friday night football. that is a happy looking bunch. moving on to the other events of the day. the celtics were at home against the golden state warriors. picking up in the first quarter, marcus smart 12. he finished the game with 12 points. celtics in transition. terry, nice long alley-oop to avery bradley who finished with a double-double. 55-48, warriors at halftime but the second half was a different story. klay thompson next down a street with a game-high 28.
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104-88. the monarchs are at home with the reading royals. chris mccarthy is going to give writing a1-zero lead with his six goal of the season but manchester responded. clinton short with a nice backhanded pass and justin who scored to tie the game. about three minutes to go, daniel the same teams play saturday night at 6:00. five different players scored goals for unh tonight and they beat university of massachusetts tonight.
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shelley: a news anchor hit the ice literally. tom: imitate a figure skater but his moves kind of failed. oh, my we have all been there. he says it was his first time skating in a long time. shelley: he got right back up. thank you for joining us.
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