Another busy weekend in Thunder Bay for the Police


crimebeatTHUNDER BAY – It was another busy weekend in Thunder Bay for the police. As is becoming all too common, Crimebeat includes the robbery of another Mac’s Mart in Thunder Bay. On October 15th, at 04:25 am Thunder Bay Police responded to a robbery which occurred at the Mac’s Mart located at 745 Simpson Street. Two males entered the store assaulted staff and fled with an undisclosed amount of money and cigarettes. One male was armed with a knife, the staff member was unhurt.

Oct 15 Macs RobberyPolice describe the males as follows, Male #1- 5’10 180 Lbs. He was wearing a grey hooded sweatshirt, black pants, white t-shirt, face was covered. Male #2 – 5’10 180 Lbs. He was wearing a dark hooded sweatshirt and black pants.

Police are also investigating a stabbing which occurred in the early morning hours in the North end of the city. A 21 year old male was taken to Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Center by paramedics with non life threatening injuries. The investigation continues.

Also on October 15th, Police report “At 02:37 am Thunder Bay Police and Fire attended on Algoma Street near Bay Street for a single motor vehicle collision in which a hydro pole was knocked down. There were no injuries, a 20 year old male faces a charge of impaired driving”.

Police are asking anyone with information to call Thunder Bay Police at 684-1200 or Crime Stoppers 623-8477.

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