Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Police Service is looking to identify the individual in this image, in relation to a robbery of a financial institution on the 2400 block of 7th Avenue North, which occurred on July 8th, 2017, and was the subject of a previous media release.
A male, entered the premises, approached an employee, and demanded money. The suspect did not receive money and fled the premises.
The suspect appears to be a male in his fifties, six feet tall, with a medium build, wearing a green jacket and ball cap, khaki pants and dark running shoes. The suspect had bandaged hands and possibly tape or a Band-Aid on his nose.
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The Regina Police Service is asking for information from the public that may assist in its investigation into a robbery that occurred at a financial institution in Regina Saturday morning.
Police were dispatched at about 9:14 a.m. on Saturday July 8, 2017, to a report of a robbery at a financial institution in the 2400 block of 7th Avenue North. Preliminary investigation indicates a male suspect entered the premises, approached and employee and made a demand for money. The suspect did not receive any money and fled the premises. Police are obtaining evidence, including images from the security video system.
The suspect is described as a Caucasian male in his 50’s, 6 feet tall, medium build. Both of the suspect’s hands were wrapped in bandages and appeared to be bleeding. The suspect also had tape or possibly a Band-Aid, on his nose.
There weren’t any physical injuries reported in this incident. At this time police have not identified the suspect, nor do they have anyone in custody. Anyone with information that could help police in this investigation is asked to contact the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).
Regina Police Service
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