By CBSBoston.com Staff

NORWOOD (CBS) – Police said Cameron Mignon, the man accused of stealing an Amazon delivery van in Norwood and leading police on a chase through several towns Wednesday night, was employed by the company.

It is not clear if Mignon currently works for the company or was a former employee. Norwood Police said he showed up at the Amazon warehouse and began making people feel uncomfortable.

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When officers arrived, they learned Mignon had allegedly taken off in a van, dragging his boss in the process. The woman was OK, and was able to speak to police about what had happened.

Police chase a stolen Amazon truck. (Image Credit: Brian Isselbacher)

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During a police chase on Route 9, Mignon allegedly hit a Needham Police cruiser and continued into Wellesley, where State Police troopers deployed tire deflation strips.

Mignon was arrested around 7:20 p.m. on Glen Brook Road in Wellesley.

He was charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle, leaving the scene of a property damage crash and failure to stop for police. State Police say he will likely face more charges.

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Mignon was taken to a hospital for medical treatment and will be summonsed on charges. It is not yet known when he will be arraigned.

CBSBoston.com Staff