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Lebanon Police Department

Posted on: July 27, 2022

Three Suspects Facing Kidnapping & Robbery Charges

On Tuesday, July 5, 2022, at approximately 4:30 PM, the Lebanon Police Department received a report from a man, stating that his fiancé had been kidnapped at the Lebanon Airport and taken in a small blue car with Vermont temporary license plates. 

Officers responded immediately and spoke to witnesses at the scene. An investigation was initiated and Officers were able to locate the victim at a local hotel the following morning. The Lebanon Police Department was assisted by the Vermont State Police, as well as the South Royalton VT Police Department. 

As a result of the investigation, felony warrants were sought for three suspects in this case: Adam Adolph, age 32, from Thetford, VT, April Arnold, age 37, from South Royalton, VT, and Kurtis Marcy, age 37, from Thetford, VT.

All three suspects are facing felony level kidnapping and robbery charges. However, Adolph and Arnold are still currently wanted by the Lebanon Police Department. Marcy is currently in custody in Vermont at this time, pending extradition back to New Hampshire. 

If anyone has any information or knows the whereabouts of Adolph or Arnold, please call 603-448-1212. Information can also be submitted anonymously to our Tip Line 603-448-CLUE or online at LebanonNH.gov/CLUE.


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Adam Adolph


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April Arnold


Authorized by: Chief Phillip J. Roberts          Date: 7/27/22

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