A pair from Waterville were arrested Sunday in connection with a reported robbery at a Circle K gas station-convenience store in Fairfield, police said.

Randy M. Boivin, 40, and Bethany Hasson-Meunier, 32, both of Waterville, were each charged with a Class B count of robbery and Class E count of theft.

The Somerset County dispatch center received a report of a robbery at the Circle K at 149 Norridgewock Road about 3:40 a.m. Sunday, according to a news release from Fairfield police Chief Thomas Gould. Police said no weapon was shown during the robbery.

Officer Dakota Willhoite responded to the scene and was able to identify a suspected getaway vehicle on County Road in Waterville, according to Gould.

Police placed a residence under surveillance while obtaining a search warrant, which authorities executed just before 1 p.m. with the assistance of the Waterville Police Department, Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office and Maine State Police.

Gould said evidence was recovered during a search of the residence, but he didn’t elaborate in the release. He said further charges are expected as police continue to investigate and identify additional suspects.

“We do not believe there is a danger to the public,” Gould said in the release.

Boivin and Hasson-Meunier were taken to the Somerset County Jail in East Madison where they were being held Tuesday on charges of violating probation. They’re scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 10, police said.

A message left Tuesday with a spokesman for Fairfield police seeking additional information was not immediately returned.

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