A man wanted in connection with an alleged abduction in New Hampshire was recently seen in Maine.

What Crime Did the Man Allegedly Commit?

The Brentwood New Hampshire Police Department says Peter M. Curtis is wanted in connection with an abduction that happened in that community last week. Curtis allegedly used a firearm to kidnap a woman against her will. The adult female victim wasn't hurt and was able to return home safely. Police have given no motivation for the incident.

It Happened in New Hampshire, So Why Are Maine Police Involved?

Now, police are asking for the public's help locating the fugitive who they say is considered armed and dangerous. Curtis has been seen in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine recently, and so police in all three states have been alerted, as well as the U.S. Marshal's office.

What If I See Someone I Think Might Be Curtis?

Anyone who thinks they may have seen Peter Curtis is urged not to approach him, but to call their local police immediately and report it. Again, Curtis is considered armed and dangerous so people should avoid contact with him.

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