Suspicious man arrested in Saskatchewan, says Comox Valley RCMP

A 25-year-old man, who was originally brought to the attention of the Comox Valley RCMP as they investigated a bank robbery late last year, is now in custody in Saskatchewan.

Although he is not facing any charges in relation to the Comox Valley robbery at this time, he does have outstanding warrants for serious crimes in Saskatchewan.

Joint efforts by the Comox Valley RCMP, Vancouver RCMP Air Services, BC Sheriff Services, federal Crown Prosecutors in B.C. and Saskatchewan and Kindersley RCMP were successful in

having this man returned to Saskatchewan to face the courts.

"Should a person be facing significant charges in another community, or another province, the Comox Valley RCMP is committed to having those people held accountable. This also goes to our ongoing commitment to ensure safe communities," said S/Sgt. Roger Plamondon, acting officer in charge of the Comox Valley RCMP.

— Comox Valley RCMP


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