PORTLAND — A Sanford man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for a Feb. 25 bank robbery.

Prosecutors say Dane Bosley, 21, robbed the Maine Bank & Trust on Main Street in Sanford. Bosley allegedly told a bank clerk that he was carrying a rifle underneath his overcoat.

Bosley was arrested by Sanford police officers during the course of a traffic stop in late March. Police officials said Bosley attempted to run away, but was tackled by Officer Jason Champlin.

The investigation into the robbery was conducted by Sanford police and the FBI. The amount of money allegedly stolen by Bosley has not been disclosed. He is being held at the Cumberland County Jail in Portland.

A date has not been set for Bosley’s first appearance at U.S. District Court.