Two stores hit by armed robber

RCMP are investigating two
armed robberies that occurred

the weekend of November 12-13.

RCMP are investigating two

armed robberies that occurred

the weekend of November 12-13.

In each instance a lone masked man

entered the store – Mac’s convenience

store and Tony’s Corner Store – brandished

a knife and demanded money. He then fl ed

the scene.

Constable Jahn said the RCMP are investigating

the possibility that the crimes

were committed by the same person.

The male is described as Caucasian, 5

ft. 10 in. to 6 ft tall with

a slender build.

Anyone with any

information is asked

to call the detachment

at 250-632-7111 or,

if they wish to remain

anonymous, Crime

Stoppers at 1-250-222-

TIPS (8477).

 

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