One suspect wanted following bank robbery in St. Catharines
Shortly after 9:30 AM this morning a lone male suspect entered the Scotiabank at 343 Glendale Avenue in St. Catharines.
The suspect demanded cash from the teller and received an unspecified amount of Canadian and American currency.
He then fled the scene on foot.
Police are describing him as a white male in his 20's with brown scruffy facial hair, between 5’7”-5’10".
He has a thin build, and was wearing khaki pants, a grey 'American Eagle' sweater, with dark coloured sleeves and a dark toque.
Investigators are asking that anyone with information to contact Detective Constable Lindsay Medd at lindsay.medd@niagarapolice.
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