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Authorities are looking for 27-year-old James Eberhart of Hudson and Milo.

MILO, Maine (WABI) – Milo Police are asking for the public’s help in finding the man they believe robbed a store in Milo over the weekend.

Authorities are looking for 27-year-old James Eberhart of Hudson and Milo.

They say this photo was taken an hour before an armed robbery at LJ Express on Elm Street on Sunday.

According to authorities, a man armed with a knife, believed to be Eberhart, demanded money from the cashier.

He was wearing a dark hoodie and a face covering.

Police say a woman was seen outside waiting for him.

They say she has been found and arrested.

Anyone with information about where Eberhart may be is urged to call 564-3304.

MILO, Maine (WABI) –

Police in Milo are investigating an armed robbery at a store Sunday night.

Police say it happened just before 10 o’clock at LJ Express on Elm Street.

At least two people were involved.

Police are hoping the public can help to identify the individuals shown in these surveillance images.

According to authorities, a man armed with a knife demanded money from the cashier.

He was wearing a dark hoodie and a face covering.

Police say a woman with red hair was seen outside waiting for him.

A third person may have been waiting in a car in the parking lot.

The suspects took off in a silver Volkswagen Passat with no plates.

Anyone with information is urged to call 564-3304.

Published: Oct. 9, 2020 at 4:41 PM EDT

OLD TOWN, Maine (WABI) – The Piscataquis Regional YMCA is partnering with the Old Town-Orono YMCA to consolidate support and resources.

It’s a cost savings measure in the face revenue losses due to COVID-19.

The facilities will remain independent but will share leadership and use similar models for programs and service.

One notable change is the Piscataquis YMCA will eliminate their CEO position.

Deb Boyd at the Old Town-Orono facility will oversee those duties in both locations.

She spoke with us about the plan and how it will play out moving forward.

“So we’ve started for a six month time period and then we’ll have the ability to assess and just see how it’s working and have the ability to renew if we wish to do that, and then we’ll just see where we go from there.”

A task force made up of community and board members will make the decision on whether to keep the plan in place.

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