MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire police and corrections officials are looking for a convict who left a halfway house for work but did not show up on the job.
Officials say 30-year-old Christopher Rodimon of Woodsville left the Calumet Transitional Housing Unit Tuesday but failed to show up for work.
He was convicted of identity fraud, theft of services and drug possession and is serving a 11/2-to-5-year sentence.
Rodiman is described as being white, 6-foot-3-inches tall with black hair and blue eyes. He weighs 270 pounds.
He was eligible for parole next month.