Another Day And Yet Another Big Apple Robbery in Central Maine
It seems like we are always reporting about robberies at the Big Apple. However, at least for today, we're not talking about the one on Stone Street in Augusta, so that's good, right? I'm not saying it's 'good' that a store was robbed, ya know?
Anyway, I digress. According to an article in this morning's Kennebec Journal, Waterville Police responded to the Big Apple location on Elm Street Wednesday night following reports of an alleged robbery.
The 911 caller reported that someone, claiming to be armed, robbed the Big Apple on Elm Street before eventually fleeing the scene prior to police arriving. Waterville police also called in a K9 unit to attempt to track the suspect.
Currently, there is no word on a suspect description or if the police department has any leads on who may have committed the alleged crime. Reporters said that a business across the street, Dominoes Pizza, had no idea that there had been a robbery across the way.
A dispatcher with knowledge about the incident reported that a Waterville Police sergeant would likely have more information to share about the robbery later in the day on Thursday.
We will continue to keep this story updated as more information becomes available to us.
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