One person is in custody and a warrant has been issued for a second person suspected of stealing money and gift certificates from a Lebanon diner.

State police say Dee’s Diner on Carl Broggi Highway in Lebanon was broken into between Nov. 2 and 3. During their week-long investigation, police came to suspect Melissa Ramos, 39, and Timothy Hudon, 36, had broken into the restaurant to steal a cash register insert that contained cash and gift certificates, along with a tip jar.

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

Arrest warrants for Ramos and Hudon were issued on Nov. 10. Ramos was in custody at Carroll County Jail in New Hampshire. Hudon remains a fugitive from justice.

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

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

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