NEW PICTURE: Windsor Police Investigating Two Overnight Robberies.

Windsor police have released more details about a robbery at an ATM.

Police were called around 12:30am to the Bank of Montreal on Tecumseh Rd. East and Walker Rd.

The victim was making a transaction at the bank machine when he noticed a man enter the vestibule carrying a gun.


New surveillance image of bank robbery suspect (via WPS)

The suspect demanded cash but the victim refused and grabbed onto the gun. 

There was a brief struggle but the suspect managed to hold onto the gun and fled northbound on Turner Rd.

The suspect is a white man, 5'10, with a lighter coloured bandana covering his face.

The victim suffered minor injuries to his finger.

Then around 1:45am, Windsor police were called to a convenience store robbery at Seminole St. and Pillette Rd.

The suspect's face was covered with a white bandana and a black laptop bag over his head.

He was carrying a gun and demanded cash from the employee at the front counter.

He left the store with some money.

No one was hurt.

The suspect is a white man, 5'8, wearing a white t-shirt and beige shorts.