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Man arrested in NH, was to start sentence for Maine robbery

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KEENE, New Hampshire — A man who was supposed to turn himself in for sentencing for a Maine store robbery has been found in New Hampshire.

A federal warrant was out for the arrest of 25-year-old Robert Pecora. He was supposed to start serving his prison sentence on Sunday in connection with a pharmacy robbery in Kittery, Maine, last year.

He was arrested Tuesday in Keene.

Police said he had been in Greenland, where he's from, and is suspected of taking a vehicle.

He's facing charges of receiving stolen property, possession of controlled/narcotic drugs and prescription drugs. He was being held without bail.

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