A Biddeford man was charged with selling crack cocaine after police witnessed what appeared to be drug activity near a public park in Old Orchard Beach.

Officers Edward Jordan and Casey Theriault were on routine foot patrol Wednesday night near Memorial Park when they saw what appeared to be drug activity in a car. The two men got out of the car, but Shane P. Carr-Robida, 29, took off running, according to Lt. Timothy DeLuca.

Carr-Robida was apprehended after a short foot chase and was found to be carrying crack cocaine. Police believe Carr-Robida was selling drugs.

Carr-Robida was charged with aggravated furnishing of scheduled W drugs in a “Drug Free Zone.” He also had an outstanding warrant. He was unable to post $6,000 bail and was taken to York County Jail.

Old Orchard Beach police are asking anyone who sees what they believe to be drug activity to report it to the police department.