City twin sought in thefts from vehicles turns self in


MERRIMACK - One of the Nashua twins whom Merrimack police were looking turned herself in Wednesday afternoon. Tiffany Dolphin, 18, of 5 Cheyenne Drive, was wanted on a felony warrant for her alleged involvement in several thefts from motor vehicles Oct. 27. She turned herself in to police after several friends and family members contacted her following numerous press reports indicating she and her twin, Lindsey Dolphin, were wanted, police said. Police said Wednesday that the sisters were wanted in connection with the thefts. Several cars had stereos and components, purses, CDs, radar detectors, MP3 players, sunglasses and loose change taken Oct. 26, police said. Manchester police officers are also looking for Lindsey Dolphin for allegedly using credit cards stolen from a Merrimack resident at the Mall of New Hampshire, according to police. The twins have also been named "persons of interest" in a more recent series of thefts from unlocked cards in another area of Merrimack, according to Merrimack Police Detective Scott Park. On Nov. 2 and 3, police received four more reports of stolen products and electronics from cars on the west side of town, police said. Park said police have been in contact with the twins' mother, who recognized a phone number attached to advertisements for products on the online classifieds Web site, Craigslist. The products included personal electronics, GPS units, car stereos and radar detectors. It is unclear whether the advertisements on the site were of products from Merrimack victims. Tiffany Dolphin was arrested and charged with criminal liability to the conduct of another, a felony, for allegedly driving Lindsey to and from the Birches Condominiums, where several thefts from motor vehicles occurred, police said. She was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and ordered to appear in Merrimack District Court on Tuesday, Dec. 16, for arraignment, police said. Police are still looking for Lindsey Dolphin. Anyone with information about her whereabouts is encouraged to the call Merrimack Police at 424-3774 or the Merrimack Crimeline at 424-2424.
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