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Once, twice, three times you’re shady

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The North Bay Police Service is reporting that a 35-year-old North Bay man has been charged with three counts of armed robbery and is being held in custody for a bail hearing.

Police say they have investigated three armed robberies over two days, including two in quick succession, and have one male suspect in custody.

On November 13 at 9:52 pm, a man wearing a hood and a balaclava over his head entered a motel on O’Brien Street, brandished a knife and demanded money from the front desk clerk. The clerk complied and the cash register was emptied.

On November 14, at 6:50 pm, a man attended a gas station on Trout Lake Road wearing a hood and a white sheet with holes cut out for the eyes over his head and approached the attendant. Police say he pulled out a knife and demanded money from the cash register and safe, then demanded the attendant’s personal money. The man took money from the register and left.

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Just six minutes later, on November 14, at 6:56 pm, police say the same male attended a convenience store on Trout Lake Road, approached the counter and brandished a knife demanding money. The clerk handed over the money from the till.

North Bay Police located the suspect on Gordon Avenue. He ran from police but was arrested a short time later.

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