Two people in custody after stolen car from Concord found in Weare

Two people are facing charges after a car stolen from Concord was found in Weare on Sunday morning. Mike McCormack was finally reunited with his car thanks to the help of the police, some quick-thinking neighbors and a pair of headphones. McCormack told News 9 he was warming up his car outside his apartment in Concord on Friday when he ran inside to grab his water bottle. When he came out, the car was gone. Two days later, he remembered that he had left the headphones paired with the phone in the car. “I left the gym with my girlfriend and decided to check if my phone was on the iPhone,” McCormack said. “And my AirPods showed up and said they found a location on East Road in Weare, New Hampshire. And I was like, ‘let’s get them right now.’ Weare police said they were contacted by Concord police about a stolen car on Sunday. They said the car went into a cul-de-sac in the neighborhood and the people in it flew into the woods. Home surveillance video shows one person running down Holly Hill Farm Road with a police vehicle on their heels. Police arrested Frederick Estes, 26, and Anna Heine, 40, both of Concord. Police said the two are facing multiple charges after they were arrested on Scott Avenue. “Fortunately, we had some very helpful citizens there who were on the scene when the two suspects fled and were able to give us good directions of travel and give us a great description of them, which we were able to relay to our neighboring mutual aid agencies and pass that information on and everything ended up safe for everyone,” said Officer Laura Purslow of the Weare Police Department. Police are reminding people to lock their cars if they are left unattended.

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Two people are facing charges after a car stolen from Concord was found in Weare on Sunday morning.

Mike McCormack was finally reunited with his car thanks to the help of the police, some quick-thinking neighbors and a pair of headphones.

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McCormack told News 9 he was warming up his car outside his apartment in Concord on Friday when he ran inside to grab his water bottle.

When he came out, the car was gone.

Two days later, he remembered that he had left the headphones paired with the phone in the car.

“I left the gym with my girlfriend and decided to check if my phone was on the iPhone,” McCormack said. “And my AirPods showed up and said they found a location on East Road in Weare, New Hampshire. And I was like, ‘we’re getting them right now.’

Weare police said they were contacted by Concord police about a stolen car on Sunday.

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They said the car went into a cul-de-sac in the neighborhood and the people in it flew into the woods.

Home surveillance video shows one person running down Holly Hill Farm Road with a police vehicle on their heels.

Police arrested Frederick Estes, 26, and Anna Heine, 40, both of Concord. Police said the two are facing multiple charges after they were arrested on Scott Avenue.

“Fortunately, we had some very helpful citizens there who were on the scene when the two suspects fled and were able to give us good directions of travel and give us a great description of them, which we were able to relay to our neighboring mutual aid agencies and pass that information on and everything ended safely for everyone,” said Officer Laura Purslow of the Weare Police Department.

Police are warning people to lock their cars if left unattended.

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