Man Accused of Threats, Sought in Northern New Hampshire

by Gino Devaney on June 25, 2020

Picture of Duane Masters courtesy of Littleton Police Department’s Facebook Page

 

LITTLETON, N.H. (AP) — Police in northern New Hampshire are looking for a man accused of threatening his girlfriend with a stolen gun. Warrants have been issued on various charges for 35-year-old Duane Masters, whose last known address was in Waterville, Maine. In Littleton, New Hampshire, Masters is accused of taking the gun from his girlfriend, pointing it at her, and forcing her and her two children into a car on Saturday. Police told the Caledonian-Record that Masters also is accused of threatening police in Bethlehem, New Hampshire; assault in Lisbon, New Hampshire; and violating a protective order in the city of Barre, Vermont. Police said Masters has experience with woodlands survival and may be avoiding populous areas.

A Facebook post from the Littleton Police Department has a full description. Click here for details.