Police say they've arrested a man accused of pointing a gun at a Dunkin Donuts worker and being told "No" by her three times when he demanded money, then fled.
Police said surveillance photos from the December robbery attempt at the Concord, New Hampshire, store, matched a man arrested Jan. 7 with a pry bar and hammer following a local restaurant break-in.
They said 24-year-old Zachary Snyder of Concord had clothes, including a black knit cap with eyeholes cut in it, similar to ones worn in the attempted robbery.
Snyder was being arraigned Thursday. It wasn't immediately known if he had a lawyer.
The store worker, who wasn't hurt, said she wasn't trying to be brave, but was in shock during the incident.