Canada Regina man charged with robbery in series of ‘sales’ through social media site

08:51  13 april  2018
08:51  13 april  2018 Source:   globalnews.ca

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A 21-year-old man from Regina is facing a number of charges in connection with a series of March robberies . On March 19, police were notified of a robbery where the victim was lured over a social media site to an address in the 1200-block of Rae Street to buy an item that was advertised for sale .

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On March 19, police were notified of a robbery where the victim was lured over a social media site to an address in the 1200-block of Rae Street to buy an item that was advertised for sale.

Once the victim entered the residence, the suspect allegedly showed a weapon and demanded money from the victim.

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Five days later, on March 24, police were called to an incident where the suspect once again, used a social media site to advertise an item for sale.

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When the victim arrived at an address in the 1300-block of Rae Street, the suspect allegedly took the money and gave the victim an item other than what was advertised for sale. This incident resulted in a fraud investigation.

Six days after the second incident, on March 30, police were called to a robbery in the 1500-block of Cameron Street. As in the previous cases, the suspect used social media to advertise an item for sale.

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When the victim arrived, the suspect allegedly demanded money, holding what was described as bear mace. The victim was able to flee and notified police.

After investigating, Jared Asapace, 21, of Regina, was charged with two counts of robbery and one count of fraud under $5,000.

Asapace first attended court on March 26, with a second appearance on April 11 in connection with the March 30 offence.

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