Canada Masked men stole lottery tickets during armed robbery, say Saskatoon police

22:12  09 october  2017
22:12  09 october  2017 Source:   Star Phoenix

Knife-wielding, bat-swinging skeleton robs Nanaimo beer store

  Knife-wielding, bat-swinging skeleton robs Nanaimo beer store Nanaimo beer store clerks were left traumatized but uninjured after being robbed at knife point by a man wearing a skeleton mask and swinging a baseball bat. The robbery happened Saturday at 10:40 p.m. RCMP say the masked man entered the Harewood Arms Beer and Wine store waving a knife. Nanaimo beer store clerks were left traumatized but uninjured after being robbed at knife point by a man wearing a skeleton mask and swinging a baseball bat.

Saskatoon police are searching for two men who allegedly stole lottery tickets from a convenience store. According to police , two men wearing masks entered a store in the 400 block of Kenderdine Road on Monday at approximately 3:34 a.m. Police said the men used a knife to threaten

Police are on the hunt for four men involved in a brazen armed robbery at a local Rite Aid which may be part of a crime pattern. NYS Lottery tickets , a carton of cigarettes and the cashier’s iPhone 5 and his iPad Air before fleeing eastbound on Lafayette Avenue.

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Saskatoon police are searching for two men who allegedly stole lottery tickets from a convenience store. 

According to police, two men wearing masks  entered a store in the 400 block of Kenderdine Road on Monday at approximately 3:34 a.m. Police said the men used a knife to threaten the complainant, then stole lottery tickets and fled on foot. No one was injured. 

Police described the first man as 5-foot-8 to 5-foot-10 in height, wearing black pants, a black hoodie and red Nike shoes with white soles. He was wearing a white face mask with a black pattern on it, and was wearing a large silver watch. 

The second man is described as 5-foot-8 to 5-foot-10, wearing dark jeans, a black hoodie and dark shoes. He was wearing a black face mask with a white pattern on it. 

Anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact Saskatoon police at 306-975-8300 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. 

 

Golden ticket: Meet the couple who won the largest lottery prize in Alberta history .
Buying chicken feed at the corner store landed Brett McCoy and Robin Walker the biggest jackpot in Alberta history — a whopping $60 million Lotto Max jackpot. The couple was together when they bought the winning ticket from McLeod Trading Post in the hamlet of Peers, 35 kilometres northeast of Edson. "I ran into the store to buy chicken feed and some treats for my kids," Walker said in a statement. "I grabbed all our lottery tickets out of the glove compartment."A whole bunch of numbers came up on the screen when I scanned the ticket. I thought, 'That can't be right.' So, I scanned the ticket again.

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