Crimebeat – Off-Duty OPP Officer Assists in Arrest


NNLCRIMEbeatTHUNDER BAY – Crimebeat – No one ever proved that criminals are crafty. At the Future Shop on Memorial Avenue today, a male took an item from the shop, and fled the store. A store manager was attempting to follow the accused when an off-duty OPP officer was able to assist. The officer apprehended the suspect on Squire Street, and detained him until Thunder Bay Police Officers arrived.

Upon arrival the male was identified by officers as the suspect in the Beverly St Mac’s Convenience Store Robbery yesterday evening.

The 20 year old male remains in police custody and has been charged with:
– Theft under $5,000.00
– Robbery
– Breach of Probation x2

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