UPDATE (12:10 PM on November 14th, 2019)

According to the KJ, a Winslow man has been charged in connection with the late October thefts.

According to Waterville PD Deputy Chief Bill Bonney, 31 year old Christopher Hodges was suspected of stealing money from the donation bins after law enforcement reviewed surveillance tape at a couple of area Dunkin' locations.

On November 9th, Hodges was charged with two counts of Class E misdemeanor theft.

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According to WMTW, the Waterville Police Department is investigating the theft of three jars for the family of murder victim Melissa Sousa.

The jars were reported stolen from three Waterville area Dunkin' locations on Sunday (October 27th) evening.

If you have any information about the thefts, call the Waterville PD at 207.680.4700

Last week, Nicholas Lovejoy was charged with Sousa's murder.