NEW GLOUCESTER — Cumberland County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested a husband and wife in connection with last week’s robbery of a New Gloucester convenience store.

Police on Wednesday charged Nicholas B. Fecteau, 26, of Lewiston and Kyleen T. Dennison, 25, of New Gloucester with robbing Cloutier’s Market on Route 100. It was not immediately clear why the couple has separate addresses.

The sheriff’s office reported earlier that at 7:15 a.m. Aug. 16, a store employee was leaving the store to make a bank deposit when she was jumped by a man at the rear of the store. A security video showed the man had been hiding behind a Dumpster apparently waiting for the worker.

Physical evidence collected at the scene and an intensive investigation led police to Fecteau and Dennison. Dennison works for the store.

Each was charged with robbery and Fecteau also was charged with driving after having his license revoked as a habitual offender.

Both were being held Thursday at Cumberland County Jail on $10,000 bail on the robbery charges.

Police did not divulge how much money was stolen or whether any of it was recovered.