WARNING! Maine State Police Looking For Man Who Led Them On Chase
The Maine State Police are currently looking for a man who stole several vehicles and led them on a high speed chase.
NOTE - Because of his behavior, police are considering him to be a danger to the public. Do not approach. Instead, call the authorities.
According to a press release from the Maine Department of Public Safety, at about 9 AM on Tuesday, October 17th, the Bangor Regional Communications Center received a report of a gray Ford Fusion operating erratically on Route 1A in Dedham.
When police located and attempted to stop the vehicle, it made a U-turn and headed in the direction of Holden. The vehicle was reportedly driving erratically at a high rate of speed.
A while later, the vehicle was on Main Road in Eddington. The driver pulled into the parking lot of Autoworks, which is located on Main Road in Eddington, and struck a parked vehicle. The driver left the vehicle and took off on foot. The crash took down a power line that shut down Route 9 in the area until Versant Power could repair it
The driver then reportedly stole a GMC pickup. He reportedly forcefully removed the driver by pulling him from the vehicle.
The suspect then drove to Peavey Manufacturing in Eddington. He ditched the truck and took a black 2017 Toyota Camry from that parking lot.
If you have any information that can help investigators identify or locate the suspect, please call the Bangor Regional Communications Center at 207.973.3700
*NOTE - All suspects are considered innocent until found guilty in a court of law*
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