Police have laid charges against two teenagers after an armed robbery at a convenience store in Prince Albert, Sask. on Nov. 13. At 3:29 a.m. CT, officers were called to the business in the 2800-block of 6th Avenue East.
The clerk told police that two suspects had entered the store and demanded cash. One of the suspects was carrying a firearm and the other had bear spray.
As the suspects fled the business with an undisclosed amount of cash, they used the bear spray which impacted the clerk.
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Officers received information identifying the suspects later in the morning and arrested them at a residence in the 500-block of 5th Street East. Offence-related property was recovered by police while executing a search warrant.
The boys, aged 15 and 16, are facing charges of armed robbery, committing an offence while wearing a disguise and numerous breaches of court orders.
They are scheduled to appear in Prince Albert provincial court on Nov. 18.
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