Hamden man arrested after Home Depot robbery


NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — A Hamden man has been arrested for allegedly robbing a Home Depot in North Haven.

According to police, on February 13, 2015, 47-year-old Frankie Moore entered the Home Depot at 111 Universal Drive in North Haven.

Police say he picked up a chainsaw and tried to leave the store without paying when a female employee confronted him. Moore took a handgun from his jacket and pointed it at the woman’s face.

Police say Moore then left the store and got into a tan SUV that someone else was driving.

The store employee was not injured during the incident.

Moore was arrested outside of his Hamden home Thursday morning and was charged with Robbery First Degree and Larceny Sixth Degree.

Moore is being held on $200,000 bond and will be arraigned in Meriden Superior Court Thursday.

Anyone with information regarding the driver of the tan SUV is asked to call the Investigative Services Division of the North Haven Police Department at 203-239-5321.

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