Robbery with knife in Sherbrooke: a suspect sought

News 8 March, 2018
  • QMI agency

    Thursday, march 8, 2018 07:34

    Thursday, march 8, 2018 07:34

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    SHERBROOKE | The police of Sherbrooke is seeking to identify a man suspected of committing two robberies with a knife in February.

    Shortly after midnight on February 24, the suspect is entered into a Couche-Tard boulevard Bourque, Rock Forest, by asking the employee the money in the register and a carton of cigarettes.

    He then left the premises with his loot, on foot, towards the rue du Haut-Bois.

    The same man could be the perpetrator of another robbery with a knife, committed on 16 February in a Subway restaurant on the boulevard Bourque, Deauville, said the police of Sherbrooke.

    The suspect would be between the ages of 20 to 25 years, and would measure 5 feet 7 inches and weigh 150 lbs. He has blue eyes and the pale complexion. At the time of the facts, he was wearing a black cotton fleece, black pants, black gloves with a white inscription on the top and shoes dark with a contour of the sole blank.

    “The suspect has a particular approach, he walks in duck with a hips from left to right,” said the police.

    Any person who has information that may help find the suspect can call the 819 821-5544 or 819 821-5555.