BREAKING | Another bank robbery in Niagara, this time in Grimsby
We are getting word of another bank robbery in Niagara.
Police have been called out to the Scotiabank on Main Street East in Grimsby across from the hospital.
Niagara Regional Police officers are continuing to investigate with the assistance of detectives with the Criminal Investigations Branch, K9 and Emergency Task Unit members.
There is no known threat to residents at this time.
Just last night the Scotiabank on Glendale Avenue in St.Catharines was robbed around 6:00pm by three armed suspects.
They held the branch staff and one customer at gun point.
After taking some cash from the tills, they fled the scene.
Police are searching for three black males, 19 to 25 years of age with thin builds.
All three were wearing gloves, masks and hooded sweatshirts
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Sgt. Dave Pierini, 1 District Criminal Investigation Branch, St. Catharines at (905) 688-4111 Ext. 9134.