Two Mississauga Men Arrested in Connection With Bank Robbery
Four men, including two from Mississauga, are facing charges in connection with a bank robbery in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg police recently reported that on May 11 at approximately 4:25 p.m., four males went to a bank in the 100 block of Provencher Blvd. According to police, two men entered the establishment and demanded money from a teller.
All four suspects subsequently fled in a vehicle.
No injuries were reported in connection with the incident.
Police say that the suspect vehicle was located a short time later and that officers observed two of the suspects in the 100 block of Alpine Ave. Eventually, one of the men was taken into custody with the help of a K9 unit.
Around 7:30 p.m., officers located and arrested two more suspects before arresting the final one at 9:00 p.m.
Money stolen from the bank was recovered.
Police say that 27-year-old Mississauga man Lindon Hunter and 23-year-old Mississauga man Nicholas Smith were arrested and charged with robbery, possession of a weapon, carrying a concealed weapon and more.
Police also arrested and charged 22-year-old Etobicoke man Denzel Domfeh and 30-year-old Ontario man Travis Walker.
The investigation into the incident in ongoing.
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