Police mentioned Tuesday they charged a person in relation to 2 financial institution robberies in Calgary on Monday, with one incident leaving an worker injured.
On April 19 at 12:30 p.m., a person disguised with darkish sun shades and a bandana entered the TD Canada Belief at 3630 Brentwood Highway N.W., police mentioned. He approached a teller and demanded cash, verbally and with a word, whereas claiming to be armed.
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Police mentioned he left “with an undisclosed sum of money.” There have been no accidents.
At 4:35 p.m., police imagine the identical man went contained in the Financial institution of Montreal at 6550 Macleod Path S.W. and demanded cash from a teller whereas claiming to be armed.
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Police mentioned one other worker noticed the state of affairs unfold and “tried to diffuse it.”
“The suspect jumped over-the-counter, started yelling for cash and assaulted two employees members within the financial institution,” police mentioned.
“One employees member required remedy for a minor harm.”
Police mentioned officers took the person into custody.
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Brien David Brooks, 32, was charged with one rely of theft and one rely of disguise whereas committing an indictable offence in relation to the TD Canada Belief theft.
He was additionally charged with three counts of theft, one rely of assault and one rely of possession of a weapon harmful to the general public peace in relation to the Financial institution of Montreal theft.
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