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Crimes jolt N.H. tourist town

Slaying, drug bust shake Wolfeboro

Downtown Main Street is a lakeside collection of shops and restaurants that cater to a summer crowd. Downtown Main Street is a lakeside collection of shops and restaurants that cater to a summer crowd. (Mark Wilson for The Boston Globe)
By Jenna Russell and Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / May 25, 2009

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WOLFEBORO, N.H. - Vacationers flock to this pretty lakeside resort every summer to escape the real world - to revisit a serene, small-town existence where doors are left unlocked, neighbors trust neighbors, and headlines about crime and violence recede into the distance. (Full article: 998 words)

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