The person who led police on a chase that resulted in Eddington on Tuesday and is taken into account a menace to public security remains to be at giant.
There isn’t any replace concerning the person’s seize as of 1 p.m. Thursday, Maine Division of Public Security spokesperson Shannon Moss stated.
The police chase began shortly after 9 a.m. on Route 1A, when the unknown driver refused to tug over for a visitors cease in Dedham, Moss stated beforehand.
The motive force made a U-turn and sped towards Holden. He turned onto Route 46 and headed north, earlier than turning west onto Route 9.
The chase finally resulted in Eddington when he crashed right into a parked automobile. He then stole a pickup truck from a close-by house. The truck was within the proprietor’s driveway and the unknown man pulled the motive force out of his automobile earlier than stealing the truck, police stated beforehand. The proprietor was not injured.
The stolen pickup was seen at Peavey Manufacturing Firm by a witness. The person stole a 2017 black Toyota Camry with the keys within the automobile from the parking zone. The automobile’s license plate is 436AVV.
Anybody with data is requested to name Penobscot Regional Communications Middle at 207-973-3700.
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