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A Portland police bomb squad robot removes a device used in a robbery.
Date: 4/12/2014 Album ID: 1787319
Photos by John Patriquin
A Portland police bomb squad robot removes a device used in a robbery Friday morning from a trash can at the CVS drugstore.
PORTLAND, ME - APRIL 11: A Portland police bomb squad robot removes a device used in a robbery Friday morning from a trash can at the CVS drugstore at 510 Congress St.
Police took one man in custody. The man entered the store shortly before 9 a.m., claimed to have a bomb and then left the store with a small amount of narcotics, police said.
He tossed what he had claimed was a bomb into a trash can in front of the store. (Photo by John Patriquin/Staff Photographer)
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PORTLAND, ME - APRIL 11: A Portland police bomb squad member and robot removes a device in a trash can used in a robbery Friday morning at the CVS drugstore at 510 Congress St.
Police took one man in custody. The man entered the store shortly before 9 a.m., claimed to have a bomb and then left the store with a small amount of narcotics, police said.
He tossed what he had claimed was a bomb into a trash can in front of the store. (Photo by John Patriquin/Staff Photographer)
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PORTLAND, ME - APRIL 11: A Portland police bomb squad member removes of a device (soda bottle) used in a robbery Friday morning at the CVS drugstore at 510 Congress St.
Police took one man in custody. The man entered the store shortly before 9 a.m., claimed to have a bomb and then left the store with a small amount of narcotics, police said.
He tossed what he had claimed was a bomb into a trash can in front of the store. (Photo by John Patriquin/Staff Photographer)
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PORTLAND, ME - APRIL 11: Congress st is blocked as Portland police bomb squad members dispose of a device used in a robbery Friday morning at the CVS drugstore at 510 Congress St.
Police took one man in custody. The man entered the store shortly before 9 a.m., claimed to have a bomb and then left the store with a small amount of narcotics, police said.
He tossed what he had claimed was a bomb into a trash can in front of the store. (Photo by John Patriquin/Staff Photographer)
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