Series of Robberies Under Investigation by Police

Crime Update

Thunder Bay PoliceTHUNDER BAY – Busy night for Thunder Bay Police as a number of robberies occurred overnight.

Thunder Bay Police are investigating three overnight robberies which Police suspect are related..

Incident: P16025190 – February 4, 2016 at 10:27 p.m.: Frankie’s Pizza 100 Regina Avenue. Suspect described could be female, 5’3” tall, skinny build, brown eyes, wearing red checkered pajama pants and a checked beige jacket with fur on the hood. Most of her face was covered. Cash was taken and no weapon was seen. No injuries.

Incident:P16025210 -February 5, 2016 at 2:00 a.m.: Tim Horton’s 390 Cumberland Street. Suspect description similar to the Frankie’s Pizza robbery. Suspect walked up to drive through window and demanded money. No money was handed over. The suspect then left. No weapon was seen.

Incident: P16025213 – February 5, 2016 at 2:21 a.m.: Mac’s Store 915 Red River Road. Suspect description similar to the previous 2 robberies. Suspect demanded money – no weapons seen & cash taken.

Earlier, Thunder Bay Police officers responded to a report of a robbery of a taxi driver on Cumming Street near May Street at approximately 1:45AM EST on February 4, 2016. Police report that two males entered the cab. One of the males pulled a knife and then proceeded to take the driver’s satchel. Both males fled the scene. The male driver was not injured.

Suspect One:
· Native Canadian male in his thirties who was wearing a toque, a newer white jacket with a patch on the left arm, blue jeans

The suspect is reportedly clean shaven with a pock-marked face

Suspect Two: Is described as having a scar on the right side of his face.

Anyone with information should contact the Thunder Bay Police at 684-1200 or Crime Stoppers at

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