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CPS Seeking public assistance in bank robberies

Calgary, AB, Canada / RTBN
CPS Seeking public assistance in bank robberies


The Calgary Police Service is seeking public assistance to identify a man in connection to two bank robberies that occurred in October and November of 2017.

The first incident occurred on Thursday October 26th of last year when a male suspect entered the Scotiabank branch on Crowchild trail. The suspect walked up to a teller and handed her a note saying it was a robbery. The teller complied and handed the suspect an undisclosed amount of money, and he proceeded to leave the bank in an unknown direction.

The second incident occurred on November 17 2017, when the same suspect entered a Scotiabank on southland drive. He walked up to the teller, handed them a note, and produced a handgun. The teller handed the suspect an undisclosed amount of cash again, and the suspect left the location.


No one was physically hurt in either incident, and no property damage was reported.

The suspects described as a black male, 28 to 38 years old, 6″3, and roughly 165 pounds.

Photos of the suspect are available on The City of Calgary Newsroom.

No one was physically hurt during the robbery and no property damage was incurred.


Anyone who may have information about his whereabouts is asked to call police at 403-266-1234, or Crime Stoppers anonymously using either of the following methods:

TALK: 1-800-222-8477


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