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Seabrook police help nab suspected bank robber
Seabrook police assisted Massachusetts State police in stopping a suspected bank robber in Salisbury, Mass., on Tuesday night.
Massachusetts troopers took Terry Woodard, 43, of Maine into custody about 6:30 p.m. after they pursued his pick-up truck on Interstate 95.
Woodward was wanted in connection with a bank robbery at the TD Bank at 451 Andover St., North Andover, Mass., shortly before 5 p.m., police said.
Troopers said they used used stop sticks to halt Woodard's truck.
Woodard was turned over to North Andover police, who charged him in connection with the bank robbery. He will be arraigned in Lawrence (Mass.) District Court on Wednesday.
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