Federal authorities have charged a Brunswick man with bank robbery in connection with the theft of $7,691 from the Infinity Federal Credit Union in Arundel.

U.S. Attorney Thomas Delahanty II announced today that Travis Leeman, 30, was arrested Monday following an investigation by the York County Sheriff’s Office and the FBI.

Authorities said Leeman entered the credit union Tuesday, May 29, at 9:30 a.m. and brandished a semi-automatic pistol, warning that he did not want a “shootout.”  He was wearing a yellow raincoat and an orange mask, according to documents in U.S. District Court in Portland.

He leaped the counter and grabbed money, then ran to a truck he had parked a quarter mile away, according to court papers.

Investigators went to  the Walmart in Biddeford where Leeman purchased a back-pack cooler 30 minutes before the robbery which was used to carry the money, authorities said. Police obtained a video there that showed the same man as apparently robbed the bank getting into a work truck. Police traced the truck to the communications company where Leeman works and found it had GPS tracking system.

A review of the records from the company showed the truck, which is issued to Leeman, being parked in front of Walmart at 9 a.m. and then near the credit union in Arundel at 9:30 a.m.

A search of Leeman’s house turned up a Baretta semi-automatic pistol, the court papers say.

If convicted, Leeman faces a maximum of 25 years in prison.