Maine police say a man took a cash machine from inside a convenience store and drove off with it in the back of a stolen pickup truck.
Scarborough police found the front door of the convenience store ripped off late Sunday. They soon spotted the pickup with the ATM in the back. Police say the truck backed into a police cruiser before speeding off.
After a short pursuit, police arrested 31-year-old Brian Andrews of Old Orchard Beach. They say he was driving a stolen truck.
Andrews is being held at the Cumberland County Jail on charges including aggravated assault, eluding an officer, burglary and refusal to submit to an arrest.
There was no paperwork at the jail Monday indicating whether he has an attorney.
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