WESTBROOK, Maine (AP) — Westbrook police have made an arrest following a spate of armed robberies across southern Maine.
Police said 38-year-old Travis Card was arrested Friday and his vehicle was seized. Police also searched his Westbrook home.
Police said the operation was a joint effort between the Westbrook, Portland and South Portland police departments, along with the FBI. Westbrook Police Capt. Sean Lally said they are investigating the possibility of a connection to other robberies.
There are 13 unsolved robberies in the region. Four of the recent robberies took place in Westbrook, which was the hardest hit community.
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It wasn’t immediately known if Card had a lawyer, and phone numbers listed for him were not in service. Card’s father told the Portland Press Herald his son told him police have the wrong guy.