A TD Canada Trust bank was robbed for the second time in less than a week, but the police confirmed that the firearm was evacuated during the incident.
The police also said there were no injuries and that there were two suspects in custody in connection with the robbery.
The incident began to open before 8 am. He stood on Friday night and fought with more than one police officer in patrol vehicles. Police officers were beaten in Traffic Kenmount Road and Pippy Place when two separate vehicles closed their busy streets to investigate a second van, one of which transferred Kenmount Road and his nose into a profitable set in Pippy Place.
A judicial identification officer was identified who took a picture of an athlete tied to the running board of the SUV on Kenmount Road.
Two witnesses, who spoke with Telegram, Craig Clancey and Philip Sullivan, saw part of the incident appearing in Pippy Place. Many police officers and K-9 said they had seen the area on the search, foot and police cruisers and at one point they saw one of the suspects across the road. They added that men were carrying a large rifle or shotgun and they were dressed in dark clothes.
Shortly afterwards police told Clancey and Sullivan that the two suspects were in custody.
A criminal vehicle was identified in front of the TD bank in Kelsey Drive, where the incident occurred.
The RNC said more details with a list to be released on Saturday morning.
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Two suspects were held in custody following an armed robbery on Friday at Kelsey Drive.
After the robbery, police were called to the region and foot chases started.
The two witnesses told Telegram that the suspect had a large, long-barreled firearm.
The police bought a vehicle on a truck on Kenmount Road.
At 9:00 am, the traffic was moving slowly on Kenmount Road after being blocked for about thirty minutes.
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