Three area residents are facing charges and police are looking for another person after a gun was used in a residential robbery.
The North Bay Police Service says they received reports that on Tuesday, May 10, two people went to a Main Street East residence with one demanding money from a victim, brandishing and pointing a firearm at the victim and threatening the person’s life.
Police say the victim and accused are known to each other.
They also report the sawed-off shotgun believed to have been used in the robbery is owned by another man and was hidden from police by another person.
A 31-year-old Callander man faces ten charges including robbery with violence.
Two North Bay men, ages 37 and 39, also face weapons-related charges.
Police continue to investigate and are looking to find a person who they say accompanied the suspect to the initial Main Street East residence.