Macs Crimebusters Seek Public Help
THUNDER BAY – Crimebeat – Two Macs’ Convenience Stores were robbed overnight in Thunder Bay. Macs Crimebusters has shared the videos so that the public can assist the police.
Do u know this guy? If so, call the Thunder Bay Police at 807 684-1200 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
One of the robberies happened at the Mountdale Macs.
Can you ID the Suspect?
Crime Stoppers and the Thunder Bay Police (@tbpsmedia) need the public’s assistance to identify an individual who committed a robbery on February 8, 2014 at the Mac’s Convenience Store on Arthur Street. The suspect entered the store, produced a knife and demanded the money from the register. The employee complied and the suspect exited the store.
The suspect is described as 5’10”-6″ tall, 190lbs, wearing a red/white Reebok sweater with a hoodie, white cloth mask, dark pants and black gloves.
If you know the suspect responsible for this crime or have any information on this or any other crime but wish to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers toll free at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at If your tip leads to an arrest, you are eligible to a cash reward. You will never be asked to identify yourself or testify in court.
Please reference TBPS Case #14-
*Note: Please remember, all suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. As such, DO NOT post comments on this web page. To maintain anonymity ALL comments will be deleted; please contact Crime Stoppers with your information.
Thunder Bay Police Crime Report
Thunder Bay Police were kept busy over night. In addition to the two robberies at Macs stores, there were a number of alcohol related and drug related crimes. As well there were eight assaults, and six cases of break and enter.
Macs Takes Security Seriously
Mac’s Convenience Stores have been impacted by robberies in Thunder Bay. Those robberies which usually lead to a swift arrest of the suspects by the Thunder Bay Police are a serious concern to Mac’s Convenience Stores. Sean Sportun, ICPS is the Manager, Security & Loss Prevention for the company. He is also the Vice Chair for Toronto Crimestoppers.
NetNewsLedger interviewed Sportun on the situation regarding Thunder Bay Mac’s Stores following a pair of recent robberies.
NNL: Mac’s Convenience Stores have policies in place to protect their employees. Without going into specific details, what kinds of measures help to keep staff and customers safe in your stores?
Sean Sportun: For the safety of our employees, there are a number of security measures in place that we cannot disclose. However, we can share the following policies and practices we have to ensure the safety of its staff and customers: