Police release photo of Courtenay Husky gas station robbery suspect

Suspect still at large

  • Jan. 8, 2018 1:30 a.m.

The Comox Valley RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in trying to identify the suspect involved in a brazen late night robbery in Courtenay last week.

On Jan. 3, 2018 at 10:25 p.m., the Comox Valley RCMP responded to an armed robbery at the Husky gas station, located at 2350 Cliffe Ave.

The suspect male, described as being approximately 5’9”, entered the business with a knife and demanded cash. The male fled the scene and has not been located by police.

The accompanying video surveillance screen grab has been provided.

If you were in the area of this robbery and saw anything suspicious, or have any information regarding this robbery, please contact the Comox Valley RCMP at 250-338-1321. If you wish to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). If the information you provide through Crime Stopped results in a conviction, you may be eligible for a reward.

Just Posted

Comox Valley baseball player Thomas Green commits to Cuesta College

18-year-old shortstop following in older cousin Taylor’s footsteps

Toll booth down

3L Developments has stopped charging motorists on logging road

New look and name for Comox Valley school district

The Comox Valley school district is sporting a fresh look after the… Continue reading

Comox Valley Healthcare Foundation Golf Classic ready to tee off

The Como Valley Healthcare Foundation Golf Classic charity golf tournament will be… Continue reading

Comox Valley students show off their programming skills at Lake Trail coding quest arcade

Roughly 80 students from three Comox Valley schools were at Lake Trail… Continue reading

Comox Valley RCMP honoured at Local Heroes

On May 10, the Comox Valley celebrated its 2018 Local Heroes, and… Continue reading

Traffic stop leads to drugs, gun

Male driver arrested for driving while prohibited

B.C. RCMP swoop in to save injured eagle

An eagle with a broken wing now in a recovery facility after RCMP rescue near Bella Coola

Catalyst Paper to sell U.S. mills to Chinese company

Sale will allow company to focus on B.C. interests, says president Ned Dwyer

Bug spray 101: Health Canada wants you to stay bite free

Health Canada is reminding Canadians to use bug spray and other insect repellents safely

Unions reject CP Rail contract offers

Both meeting Friday to determine next steps; 72 hours notice required before strike action.

B.C. jewellers warn public about fake gold scam

‘They are playing on people’s sympathy and their greed’

Former B.C. premier says pot industry about to enter Wild West

Mike Harcourt says Canada is about to enter a new gold rush with many dreaming of striking it rich

Most Read