BANGOR — A Bangor man will spend three years in prison for robbing a credit union.
Earl Torrence, 44, received his sentence in federal court Friday.
According to court records, Torrence entered the Acadia Federal Credit Union in Bangor on June 30, 2020.
Records say he was wearing a surgical mask, told a teller he had a gun, and demanded money.
Records indicate he ran from the credit union after getting money but police were able to identify him using security footage.
Investigators found him at his home with money from the credit union.
Torrence pleaded guilty in February of this year.
He was also ordered to pay more than $1,900 in restitution.