Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Robbery at Mac's Milk in Timmins

Timmins Police Service is investigating another armed robbery at the Mac’s Milk store at the corner of Algonquin and Mountjoy. Police say the incident occurred shortly after 4:00 p.m. today when a male person, dressed all in black, and armed with a knife, confronted the store clerk.
Police say the man was handed a quantity of cash and then walked out of the store and was last seen heading northbound along Mountjoy.
Police Sergeant Henry Dacosta,right, told reporters at the scene that this may be the third or fourth robbery at that particular store this year. Convenience stores in Timmins were the target of several armed robberies over the Christmas and New Year's period.Dacosta said the suspect is a male caucasian of roughly five-feet ten-inches tall, wearing black pants, a black sweater and a black hoodie. The man's face was covered.
Police are checking videotape from the store as well as videotape from a nearby business that may have shown the suspect entering and leaving the Mac's premises.

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