CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire marshals say a fugitive who committed an armed robbery in Hillsborough and failed to appear in court has been arrested in Massachusetts.

U.S. marshals say 45-year-old Christopher Corona was arrested without incident Monday morning at his girlfriend's apartment in Somerville, Mass.

Corona is charged with robbing a Cumberland Farms store on Henniker Street in Hillsborough at knifepoint in November 2012. He was last known to be living in Concord before fleeing the state.

Corona was featured in news and internet articles as a "Fugitive of the Week" in September. Marshals say he will be held in Massachusetts pending his return to Hillsborough County for prosecution.

The New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force has made over 5,500 arrests since its formation in 2002.