AUGUSTA, Maine — City police have issued an arrest warrant for a man believed to be responsible for a November credit union robbery.

Jamie Morrill, 43, of Randolph is wanted in connection with the Nov. 24 holdup of the Trademark Federal Credit Union, Augusta Deputy Chief Jared Mills said.

The warrant for Morrill comes “after an exhaustive one-month investigation,” Mills said.

Morrill allegedly walked into the bank with his face covered and demanded cash from a teller. No weapons were involved, but he allegedly fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Anybody who knows where Morrill may be should call Augusta police at 626-2370.

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