Mississauga Man Charged in Connection with Two Toronto Bank Robberies
It's been a really bad few days for Mississauga (and people from Mississauga) and bank robberies.
Today (Oct. 20), the Toronto Police Service announced that they arrested Andrew Davis, a 32-year-old Mississauga man, in connection with two bank robberies.
It has been alleged that, on July 22, a man entered a bank in the Yonge and Sheppard area and received money after showing a hold-up note that indicated he had a gun. It has also been alleged that on Aug. 5, the same suspect entered a bank in the Eglinton and Yonge area and received money after showing a hold-up note.
Davis was arrested on Oct. 19. He has been charged with two counts of robbery and appeared in court today (Oct. 20)
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