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Scotiabank Robbery


From Halifax Regional Police:

Halifax Regional Police responded to a robbery over the noon hour at
the Bank of Nova Scotia, 7171 Chebucto Road.  

At about 12:15 p.m., a man entered the bank and threatened the teller,
implying he had a weapon while demanding cash. He was given money and
fled. No weapon was seen and nobody was injured during the incident. The
suspect is described as a white male, about forty years old, 5’7 with an
average build. He wore a very large tan colored jacket, an orange cap,
and large rimmed glasses that may have been worn as a disguise. It is
believed the man’s brown hair may have been a wig, also, he was noted
to be walking with a limp.

The Integrated General Investigative Section is investigating. Anyone
with information can contact police at 490-5016, or Crime Stoppers,
anonymously, at 1-800-222-8477.  

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