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Monday, April 29, 2013

Man steals Airsoft gun from Maine Walmart

Occurred April 24, 2013.

A 27-year old man, Nick Tatu, stole an Airsoft pellet gun from a Walmart in Auburn, Maine.  Police were called, and a pursuit occurred in neighboring woods before Tatu was captured and the gun recovered.

From an article:

The weapon was an Airsoft pistol, police said, taken by a suspect last seen headed toward the back of the store at about 5:15 p.m. 
Several officers searched the area behind Walmart and neighboring stores but there was no sign of the suspect. 
Witnesses reported seeing the man run into the woods in the area between Walmart and BJ's Wholesale Club. Police soon followed, entering the heavily wooded area between Park Avenue and Summer Street. 
Auburn police Sgt. Laurie Woodhead said the officers soon came upon some of the store packaging that had contained the gun. That led them to an area where they found Nick Tatu, 27, still in possession of the Airsoft pistol. 
Auburn police Officer Justin Richardson caught up with Tatu and arrested him, police said, but the suspect didn't go willingly. 
Tatu was taken out of the woods and charged with theft, criminal threatening, criminal trespass, refusing to submit to arrest and violating conditions of release stemming from an earlier arrest. He remained at the Androscoggin County Jail later Wednesday.

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