RANDOLPH, Maine — A man has been arrested in connection with a weekend bank robbery in Kennebec County, according to Department of Public Safety spokesman Stephen McCausland.

Michael Giacomuzzi, 32, of Pittston was taken into custody at a friend’s residence in that town on Wednesday morning, McCausland said.

Giacomuzzi is accused of robbing the Camden National Bank at Googin’s IGA on Saturday and escaping with approximately $5,900 in cash, which has not been recovered. He allegedly handed a teller a note indicating he had a gun, though no weapon was found.

Troopers called Giacomuzzi on a phone and used a PA system to get him to surrender without incident, McCausland said.

Giacomuzzi has a lengthy criminal history, which includes multiple drug arrests.

Giacomuzzi is charged with robbery, theft and violating his probation and is being held at the Kennebec County Jail.

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