OPP searching for suspect wanted in three robberies across region
OPP are hoping the public can help identify a suspect wanted in three separate robberies across southwestern Ontario.
The first incident took place on Feb. 16, at the Royal Oasis Pharmacy in Lakeshore.
Earlier this week, a credit union in Parkhill was robbed on Monday and then the Paul Marley pharmacy in Wyoming was help up on Tuesday.
The suspect is described as a white male, 5' 11, 170 lbs., with a thin build.
In each case, the lone suspect wore a grey toque concealing his entire face, a black cloth jacket with a hood pulled over his head.
He also wore grey jogging pants, white running shoes and very distinctive dark coloured work gloves.
In each case the suspect was carrying a black backpack and demanded cash and/or narcotics.
Contact police if you have any information.
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