On Thursday morning, we learned that a Waterville convenience store had been robbed on Wednesday night.

According to the an article in the KJ, at about 7 PM on Wednesday, a 911 caller reported that someone claiming to be armed robbed the Big Apple on Elm Street.  The person took an undisclosed amount of money and left the scene before police could arrive. Waterville police reportedly called in a K9 unit to attempt to track the suspect, but the person was not located.

According to an update in the KJ, officers from the Waterville Police Department have made an arrest in the case following an extensive investigation.

The article explains that police have arrested 42-year old Casey Glidden for allegedly robbing the store. Glidden was arrested after her car was stopped on First Rangeway in Waterville on Friday.

Glidden was taken to the Kennebec County Jail in Augusta.  Unable to pay the $2,500 bail, she remains behind bars.

A representative for the Waterville Police Department said:

Crimes like these put every member of our community at risk, making a swift conclusion like this the best-case scenario


The representative explained that, as the investigation is on-going, they are not releasing many details regarding the case.

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