Toronto man charged in robbery at BMO branch in Barrie on February 10

The suspect indicated he had a gun

A 40 year old Toronto man was spotted in Barrie last Friday and arrested for robbery.

A BMO branch at 90 Collier Street was robbed on February 10.

The suspect faces a number of charges.

During the hold-up, police say a man indicated he had a gun and demanded money from the teller.

He fled with undisclosed amount of cash.

A disguise worn by the suspect was discarded and later sniffed out by a police dog.

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