A Massachusetts man wanted in connection to a shooting in that state was arrested this week after authorities received a tip that he was residing at a residence in Embden.

A U.S. Marshals Service task force arrested Tylor Santos, 29, of New Bedford, Massachusetts, on a warrant for aggravated assault with a firearm in relation to a shooting Jan. 6 in New Bedford.

Also arrested at the scene Monday was William Bowring, 39, of Bingham, on a warrant for felony theft out of Somerset County. Bowring was at the residence where the pair had been staying but was not involved in the January shooting, Ryan Guay, with the U.S. Marshals Service, said Tuesday.

“Through a collaborative effort, investigators determined that Santos fled to Maine after being identified as a suspect in a shooting,” officials said in a news release. “Investigators learned Santos was at a residence on Embden Pond.”

Santos was arrested without incident.

Guay would not discuss the tip that led authorities to Embden but said Santos and Bowring were renting the home there.

He referred questions about the Massachusetts shooting to New Bedford police, who did not return a phone message seeking details on that shooting.

Among the agencies assisting deputy marshals were Maine State Police, Massachusetts State Police, New Bedford police, Somerset County Sheriff’s Office and the Maine Drug Enforcement Agency.

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