Police have released the name of a deceased employee of Damon's Beverage in Waterville and ruled her death a homicide.

Who Is the Deceased?

Maine Department of Public Safety spokesperson Shannon Moss says the victim has been identified as 52-year-old Angela Bragg of Waterville.

Ms. Bragg's body was found inside Damon's Beverage on Jefferson Street by one of her coworkers, who notified authorities. Her body was taken to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Augusta where it was determined that her cause of death waswas a sharp force injury.

What Do We Know About the Suspect?

After an investigation, police developed a person of interest in the case, Spridal Hubiak, 20, of Waterville. A murder warrant for the charge of murder has been issued for Hubiak, who was also an employee at  Damon's Beverage. At the last report, Hubiak remained at large.

Police are asking for the public's help locating Hubiak, who was operating a black 2010 Ford Taurus with Maine license plate 4666ZR. Investigators believe that Hubiak has left the state, but are asking that Maine residents keep an eye out for him in case he's still in the state. Officials have released his photo.

Maine Department of Public Safety
Maine Department of Public Safety

How Do We Contact Authorities With Information?

Anyone who thinks they have information about his whereabouts is asked to contact the Maine State Police Major Crimes Unit at 207-624-7076 or the Waterville Police Department at 207-680-4700.

We'll update this story as more details become available.

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