Armed Robbery

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The incident happened on September 27th, 2019 around two o’clock in the morning, at a business on the eight hundred block of Victoria Avenue East. Two men entered the business wearing masks with one of them carrying a knife. They took the cash box from the business and left. Just before this robbery took place, a panic alarm was set off at a business on the four thousand block of Albert Street. It is believed the two suspects tried to rob that business as well.

Suspect number one is described as a man wearing a black jacket with the hood up, black pants and grey runners with white laces. He was wearing a mask over the bottom part of his face, possible tattoos on his left hand, and was carrying a knife. Suspect number two is described as a man wearing a black shiny jacket with white strings on the hood, and a zippered front pocket. He also wore black pants, white high tops with black laces and red across the heel. He had deerskin gloves, and an orange mask covering his face. Its believed the suspects were driving a 2016 KTM RC390 white motorcycle, with black writing on the sides and orange rims. The motorcycle was stolen from a residence on September 25th.

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