LOVELL – Two Oxford County men were in federal custody in New Hampshire on Tuesday, a day after one of them was captured after he ran through the New Suncook School during classes.

Maine State Police spokesman Steve McCausland said Trooper Andre Paradis chased Travis Blodgett into the school on Route 5 and captured him on the school grounds.

Travis and Avery Blodgett, were reportedly wanted in connection with a robbery in New Hampshire two weeks ago. When FBI agents and Oxford County Sheriff’s deputies went to a home in Sweden on Monday to arrest them, Travis took a snowmobile from a neighbor’s yard, McCausland said, and drove it to the school.

Trooper Paradis responded to the area and made the arrest.

The Oxford County Sheriff’s Office lists Travis Blodgett as 24 years old and his brother, Avery, 23. Both list their address as 1136 Knights Hill Road in Sweden, according to the Sheriff’s Office.


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