Police Arrest Suspect In Randolph Bank Robbery
Police have arrested a Pittston man in connection with Saturday's robbery of the Camden National Bank in Randolph.
According to Maine Department of Public Safety Spokesman Steve McCausland, Michael Giacomuzzi, 32, of Pittston, was arrested at a home in Pittston early in the morning on Nov. 4 by the State Police tactical team.
McCausland said Giacomuzzi lives elsewhere in Pittston, but was staying with a friend last night at a house at 27 Capitol St. Troopers called him on a phone and used a P A system and he surrendered without incident about 5AM and was taken to the Kennebec County Jail in Augusta, McCausland said.
The arrest was a result of a number of tips the State Police received after releasing photos of the robber and his car on Saturday. The lone robber entered the bank, located at Googin’s IGA Store on Water St., and handed a note to a teller demanding money and saying he had a gun. The robber made off with $5,900 and none of the money has been recovered, said McCausland.
Giacomuzzi’s criminal history includes past drug arrests. He also bought another car over the weekend, likely with some of the stolen money. He is charged with robbery, theft and violating his probation conditions.