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  1. Lebanon Police Department Requests Public Assistance in Identifying Graffiti Suspects

    The Lebanon and Hartford Police Departments are investigating several cases of graffiti vandalisms that occurred to businesses near the Connecticut River. The Lebanon Police Department asks anyone who may have information to call 603-448-1212. Read on...
  2. Distinguished Service Award For Lebanon Police Sergeant

    On Wednesday, February 21, 2024, Chief Phillip Roberts awarded the Department’s Distinguished Service Award to Sergeant Adam Leland during a City Council Meeting. View Complete Details...
  3. Lebanon Police Department Requests Public Assistance in Identifying Theft Suspect

    On Monday, January 29, 2024, a male suspect was seen on video surveillance entering the U-Haul store on Hanover Street and leaving with an undisclosed amount of cash from the business. Read on...
  1. Safer Internet Day 2024

    February 6, 2024 marks Safer Internet Day! The Lebanon Police Department, in partnership with the NH Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Program, encourages everyone to join in and #StartTheConversation about online safety for our youth. View Complete Details...
  2. Lebanon Police Department Requests Public Assistance in Identifying Theft Suspects

    The Lebanon Police Department has received multiple reports from Best Buy of a male and female suspect that have been stealing merchandise numerous times without rendering payment. Recently, the suspects stole approximately $3,346.93 worth of merchandise. Read on...
  3. Student Struck by Motor Vehicle While Getting on Bus

    On the morning of Friday, February 2, 2024, a motor vehicle accident occurred at the intersection of Waterman Ave and South Main St., involving a student that was crossing the road to get on the bus when a vehicle failed to slow and come to a stop. Read on...
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