Crimebeat – Robbery, Break and Enter and Weapons Offence Top Crimes overnight


Crime in Thunder BayTHUNDER BAY – Crimebeat – The Thunder Bay Police Service report, “At approximately 6:50PM (January 11, 2011) a 19 year old male entered the Dairy Queen at 428 N Cumberland Street. He brandished a knife demanding money. The clerk didn’t comply. The accused then attempted to take money out of the cash register. The cash drawer was slammed on the accused’s fingers. The accused left and was later apprehended further down on Cumberland Street”.

The accused has been charged with Robbery and Assault with a Weapon and will be attending bail court January 12, 2012.

There was also a weapons offence reported by Police at John Street and Memorial Avenue, and eight incidents of break and enter overnight.

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