Thunder Bay Police Fifty Calls in One Hour
THUNDER BAY – Crimebeat – A busy night again for Thunder Bay Police.
Thunder Bay Police were kept busy Saturday night. Officers responded to almost fifty calls in less than eight hours.
Thunder Bay Police report that there was an armed robbery which occurred at a convenience store on River Street then 3 minutes later another one at a convenience store on North Cumberland Street.
In a media release, police report, “The suspects in these robberies drove off, and then were involved in a motor vehicle collision nearby.
“One of the suspects was located and arrested; the other 2 males and 1 female fled the scene. The weapon used in the robbery was located and seized”.
“No one was injured at both robberies. A 17 year old male is in custody for these robberies”.
Thunder Bay Police had a number of calls over the past twenty-four hours.
Crime Map North
On the crime map, ‘Q’ is Quality of Life, and includes alcohol, drug, and disturbances. ‘A’ is an assault, ‘T’ is a theft. The blue marker represents multiple instances at the same address.
Police dealt with 27 Quality of Life calls, three weapons offences, and one sexual offence in addition to seven assaults over the past twenty-four hours.
Crime Map Thunder Bay South
Crime Report Thunder Bay October 26-27 2013