Just before 6:00AM a male armed with scissors entered the Macs Mart


Image courtesy Thunder Bay PoliceTHUNDER BAY – Crimebeat – Earlier this week, both Mac’s Mart and the Thunder Bay Police Service were engaged in discussions to make the 24-hour stores safer. Early this morning, Thunder Bay Police responded to a robbery at the Macs Mart located on the corner of May St and Dease St.

Just before 6:00AM a male armed with scissors entered the Macs Mart with his face concealed with a black neck warmer. He pulled up his hood and leaned over the counter demanding money and cigarettes. The suspect made off with a small amount of cash and cigarettes. The employee was not injured.

Police are currently looking for a Native Canadian male with a thin build. He was last seen wearing a long black jacket to his knee over a grey hoodie with a white pattern on the hood.

Image courtesy Thunder Bay Police

Thunder Bay Police ask, “If anyone has information about this incident or the identity of this male please call Police at 684-1200 or Crime Stoppers at 623-847”.

Images courtesy Thunder Bay Police Service.

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