A pedestrian was fatally dragged by a passenger in a U-Haul truck that fled from a Boston store after the store was robbed Friday, police said.

Details on the suspect or suspects were not immediately available.


Dane Camp, 34, of Boston, and two other alleged suspects were apprehended about 10:45 p.m. after the U-Haul was reported for loose cargo, said Boston Police Chief Martin Savarese.

Police have identified the victims of the robbery and several of their injuries.

Police said the shooting happened in Orchard Park Street in Newton, near the Massachusetts State Police barracks, and that the O’Haul pickup was near another vehicle occupied by several people who made it out of the parking lot before the collision.

All but Camp are facing robbery, assault with a dangerous weapon and negligent operation charges, investigators said.

Camp faces a charge of manslaughter and an unrelated case of theft by receiving stolen property.

Camp was arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court Sunday and his bail was set at $100,000, the court said.

The vehicle involved in the crash remains at an unknown address, police said.

Boston police officers on Friday identified a person of interest in the shoplifting, which occurred at a 7-Eleven on Fenway Avenue in Boston. No one has been charged in connection with the case.