VIDEO: Man Nearly Destroys Building With Excavator

Police said the suspect destroyed part of a business owned by his relative.

Tue March 08, 2016 - Northeast Edition
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The building was heavily damaged, with the roof and walls on one side left a pile of rubble.
The building was heavily damaged, with the roof and walls on one side left a pile of rubble.

New Hampshire News Affiliate WMUR is reporting that A Franklin man is behind bars, accused of nearly leveling a business with an excavator.

It's still unclear why this happened, but police said the suspect destroyed part of the business owned with construction equipment owned by his relative.

The building was heavily damaged, with the roof and walls on one side left a pile of rubble.

According to police, 28-year-old Jordan Ingram was behind the destruction.

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