Rochester suspect in Lebanon diner burglary still at large

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Timothy Hudon,... still at large

LEBANON - One of two suspects in the burglary of a Lebanon restaurant earlier this month remains at large today.

Timothy Hudon, 36, of 409 Portland St., who is accused of breaking into Dee's Diner on Carl Broggi Highway between Nov. 2 and 3, has a warrant issued for his arrest and should be picked up soon, Maine State Police Sgt. Jonathan Shapiro said today.

Taken in the robbery were money, gift certificates and a tip jar.

After a weeklong investigation, police say they developed Melissa Ramos, 39, of 5A Mooseridge Road, Ossipee, N.H.; and Hudon as suspects.

On Nov. 7 State Trooper Tyler Martin found some of the items near a yellow Chevrolet Cavalier with New Hampshire license plates on Salmon Falls Road in Rochester. Evidence at the scene allegedly linked Ramos to the recovered items.

Ramos was arrested at Carroll County Jail in New Hampshire where she was being held on a separate unspecified charge.

Hudon and Ramos also face burglary, robbery and grand theft charges in Rochester and Ossipee.

Anyone with information about Hudon's location is asked to call 207-657-3030 and ask for Trooper Martin.

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