MALDEN (CBS) — Police were able to arrest a suspect Tuesday afternoon less than 20 minutes after they say he robbed a convenience store in Malden–because, they say, they saw him running out of the store wearing a mask.

Robert Belliveau, 35, of Revere, was arrested and charged with unarmed robbery. He was expected to be arraigned in Malden District Court on Wednesday morning.

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Malden Police said they saw the suspect running from the 7-Eleven on Eastern Avenue around 1 p.m., and that he matched the description of a suspect in a rash of similar robberies in the area.

Two officers chased the man to his car, which was around the corner on Waite Street, and he led them on a brief chase to the Malden-Revere city line. He was pulled over and arrested on Beach Street in Linden Square.

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No injuries were reported during the chase, though two police cruisers and the suspect’s vehicle were damaged.

Police said the same 7-Eleven was robbed a week ago by a suspect who also fled to a vehicle on Waite Street.

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The incident remains under investigation.