Canada-wide warrant issued for man tied to bank robbery investigation

Toronto Police are asking for the public's help in finding a 21-year-old man linked to a bank robbery in Scarborough in May.

Investigators say they've issued a Canada-wide arrest warrant for Jesse Jack Breese of no fixed address. He's wanted on 10 charges, including robbery while armed with a firearm, discharge firearm with intent and conspiracy to commit and indictable offence. 

According to a release, the allegations date back to the late afternoon of May 24, when four men in a stolen 2017 Honda Accord drove to a bank branch near Warden and St. Clair.

Police say three men wearing masks, sunglasses and hooded sweatshirts entered the bank, while one of the men discharged a round from a handgun into the floor.

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Customers were ordered to lay down on the floor, before the men fled with a quantity of money. 

The getaway driver and another man were arrested exactly two weeks later, and the vehicle in question was seized. 

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Breese is described as 6'3", with a slim build and short dark hair. He occasionally wears prescription glasses. He can usually be found in Toronto or Barrie. 

Police say if you spot him, consider him armed and dangerous, and call 911 immediately. They also say they've yet to recover the handgun used in the robbery.