Comments for: Auburn man arrested in New Gloucester burglary

Posted July 09, 2012, at 5:50 a.m.
Last modified July 19, 2012, at 4:14 p.m.

NEW GLOUCESTER | An Auburn man employed by a local oil supplier was arrested Friday after allegedly entering a New Gloucester home through a window, exiting the front door and telling the homeowner, who watched from outside, that he was checking for a gas leak. The homeowner was skeptical …

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  • Anonymous

    I bet he is an ex-employee by now!

  • Anonymous

    Breaking in for drugs? That’s unheard of.

  • Anonymous

    Just a little stupid on her part to confront him.  Good way to end up dead.

  • Guest

    Beware the utility worker crawling through your window (unless that’s your fantasy).  :)

  • PabMainer

    Our oil and gas guy always crawls thru a window to get into the house…..Crazy…..

  • Anonymous

    Webber – thousands of honest hard working Mainers are out of work and you hire this guy???  Really???  Might want to step up your screening process a bit…

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