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Vigilant Somersworth officer knabs bank robber on bicycle Friday
SOMERSWORTH - Police arrested a Maine man riding a bicycle Friday in connection with a bank robbery across state lines.
Scott Marshall, 46, of 132 Airport Road in Sanford, Maine, was charged with being a fugitive from justice after police noticed he matched the description of a man who robbed Kennebunk Savings Bank in Berwick, Maine.
Officer Gary O'Brien, who responded to the reported robbery around 9:21 a.m., apprehended Marshall, who was riding the mountain bike on Market Street. Police found an undisclosed amount of cash and a bank bag, which led to the arrest, according to a release.
Police continue to investigate the matter and are working closely with members of the Berwick Police Department.
Marshall, who will be held in Strafford County Jail, is scheduled to be arraigned in Dover District Court Monday.
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