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He said the money had been left in a lock box that was open at the time Mason said he spoke to a restaurant employee who said he had seen a blue Jeep Liberty parked behind the restaurant being driven by a person he thought was Bucchieri. Police said on Tuesday, Bucchieri's sister, who owns the vehicle, came to police to say she had loaned it to Bucchieri and knew police were looking for it.
Later that day, Bucchieri came to the Manchester Police Department to discuss the incident. Mason wrote that Bucchieri became quiet then cried once the interview began. As she was being read her Miranda rights, she said she did not wish to speak to police but was unsure if she wanted an attorney. Mason said he left the room, then came back and asked Bucchieri if she had anything more to say. She began to cry, talked about how she needed the money, then said she felt bad about having done wrong.
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