Man holds up two stores using only a windshield snow brush
The Thunder Bay Police Department announced on Facebook that are looking for the public's help to identify the man responsible for two robberies at Mac's Convenience Stores during the early morning hours of November 21st in Ontario, Canada.
The first robbery happened at the Balsam Street location at 1:24 a.m. Six minutes later, a second robbery occurred at the Cumberland Street location.
In both cases, a man entered the store with a snow brush, threatened the employee behind the counter, and demanded money.
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According to Macs CrimeBusters, "the suspect is described as male, 5'8"-5'10", 170lbs, wearing a beige hat, dark SPY Optics hoodie, dark pants and sunglasses."
He also appears to be wearing a Tilley-style beige hat and sunglasses.
Though neither of the employees was harmed during the robberies, the suspect did get away with a small amount of cash.
Thunder Bay police are asking anyone who snows the identity of this man to contact the them at 684-1200, as they don't plan to brush this one off until the suspect has been apprehended.
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