Mississauga Man Suspected of Three Knife-Point Robberies Arrested
Police have made an arrest in relation to a series of knife-point robberies that happened this July.
Mississauga man Lou-I Bou-Chahine, 24, is suspected of three different robberies between July 20 and July 27.
The suspect brandished a knife and demanded cash from the following locations:
- Petro-Canada, at 1520 Britannia Road West
- Mr. Convenience, at 1474 Pickwick Drive
- Subway, at 6065 Creditview Road
Bou-Chahine is charged with three counts of robbery, three counts of disguise with intent, and one count of possession of stolen property.
His bail hearing was held at the Ontario Court of Justice on Friday, July 29.
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