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Massachusetts man arrested out-of-state following robbery in Farmington Wednesday night
Police filed three charges — robbery, criminal threatening and taking without owner’s consent — after William J. Gleeson III, 23, of Marion Place in East Boston, allegedly entered the Cumberland Farms store on Main Street at 11:54 p.m. Police said he wore a knit cap he fashioned as a mask and threatened to strike the clerk with a grade stake before taking an undisclosed amount of cash and two packs of cigarettes, according to interim Police Chief Jay Drury.
“He then returned to the family’s residence, stealing a pickup truck to get to a camp in Maine where he had left his father’s vehicle, believed to be a Black Suburban,” police wrote in a release.
Anyone with information about the matter is encouraged to contact Sgt. Brian Driscoll or Detective Matthew Embry at 755-2731 or leave an anonymous tip on the department’s crimeline at 755-9797.
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