Brittany Ulmer-Wightman Wanted in Pot Shop Robbery – ARRESTED

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Brittany Ulmer-Wightman

Vancouver, BC: The fourth and final suspect allegedly involved in a robbery three weeks ago at the Stressed and Depressed marijuana shop has now been arrested.

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Just before 9 p.m. on Sunday, October 16th, three men and one woman armed with guns entered the store located at 1353 East 41st Avenue, and robbed the business of cash and products.

Three men remain in custody after they were arrested on October 22nd and charged with a variety of robbery and weapons related criminal offences.

The woman believed to be involved was identified by detectives after further investigation. She was charged with robbery, use of an imitation firearm in commission of offence, and sexual assault and a warrant was issued for her arrest. Police were unable to locate the suspect and the VPD made an appeal for information regarding her whereabouts.

Twenty-three-year-old Brittany Ulmer-Wightman was arrested early this morning in Surrey by the RCMP. She remains in the Vancouver jail until her next court appearance.

BACKGROUND:

Investigators with the Vancouver Police are looking for the final suspect who is now wanted for her part in an alleged robbery of a Vancouver marijuana shop.

Just before 9 pm on Sunday, October 16th, three men and one woman armed with guns entered the Stressed and Depressed marijuana store located at 1353 East 41st Avenue, and robbed the store of cash and products.

One staff member was assaulted during the incident, but was not seriously injured and did not require medical treatment.

Three men were arrested on October 22nd and charged with a variety of robbery and weapons related crimes.

Police continued their investigation and recommended charges for the woman they believe was involved.

Twenty-three-year-old Brittany Ulmer-Wightman is now wanted for robbery, use of an imitation firearm in commission of offence, and sexual assault.

Anyone who sees Brittany Ulmer-Wightman, or knows of her whereabouts, is asked to call police immediately.

Vancouver Police Department


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