Newcastle man charged with robbing Waldoboro bank for 2nd time since 2012

*UPDATE 7/19 9:45 p.m. – Waldoboro Police Chief Bill Labombarde says they executed a search warrant this afternoon at the residence of Carroll Demmons, located at 597 Atlantic Hwy in Newcastle.

He says, police and deputies seized a vehicle, cash and other evidence connected to the bank robbery that occurred on July 17th at the Camden National Bank in Waldoboro, ME.

The Chief said, Carroll Demmons, age 46, was placed under arrest and charged with Burglary and Theft.

Demmons was transported to Two Bridges Regional Jail where he is being held on $2,500.00 cash bail.

Labombarde says that Carroll Demmons was arrested for robbing the same Camden National Savings branch in 2012. 

WALDOBORO, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — Police in Lincoln County are on the lookout for a bank robbery suspect.

Waldoboro Police Chief Bill Labombarde said in a press release, at 2:30 pm on Monday, Waldoboro police officers responded to the Camden National Bank on Atlantic Hwy in Waldoboro for the report of a robbery.

They were told by bank officials that a white male, approximately 6 ft. tall with a slender build, entered the bank wearing a dark colored nylon stocking and a large floppy hat.

The man passed a note to the teller demanding money then he says the suspect left the bank on foot in an unknown direction of travel. Labombarde said no weapon was ever displayed.

Detectives from the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department and a Maine State Police K-9 also assisted at the scene. Labombarde said this is an ongoing investigation and no further information is available at this time.

If anyone who may have witnessed anything related this crime or who may have information regarding this is urged to contact Chief Bill Labombarde of the Waldoboro Police Department at (207)-832-4500 or by cellphone at (207)-380-9222.

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